Normal brain vs. brain with dementia

Ken BellLTC News

U.S. News & World Report (08/02/2019) – You don't need to be a brain specialist to notice certain differences in images of a healthy older person's brain compared to that of someone with dementia. Narrowed, depleted folds on the brain's surface, the presence of blotchy plaques, twisted fibers and significant shrinkage are clearly visible. What you can't see is how brain changes like these affect how people's minds work. Full story »