Applied Radiology is pleased to present a series of modules featuring thought-provoking dialogue between clinical experts on various topics related to the use of neuroimaging to diagnose and manage Alzheimer's Disease.

In this first module, Dr. Suzie Bash discusses the role of MRI in detecting amyloid-related imaging abnormalities with with Dr. Mike Wattjes and Dr. Achim Gass.

Module 1 Chapters | The Role of MRI in Detecting Amyloid-Related Abnormalities

In this second module, Dr. Suzie Bash leads a discussion with an expert panel on the latest developments of automated quantitative assessment and advanced neuroimaging techniques for a better understanding of Alzheimer’s Disease.

Module 2 Chapters | Future Directions of Neuroimaging in the Management of Dementia

In this third module, Dr. Suzie Bash discusses the 2018 NIA-AA research framework based on pathologic changes related to Alzheimer’s disease with neuroradiologist, Dr. Max Wintermark and neurologist, Dr. Sharon Sha; where they explain how neuroimaging can help in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease.

Module 3 Chapters | Imaging Biomarkers for the Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease

In this fourth module, Dr. Suzie Bash leads a discussion with Dr. Max Wintermark and Dr. Sharon Sha on the tips for standardizing protocols in the management of dementia in clinical practice.

Module 4 Chapters | Impact of Neuroimaging in the Clinical Decision Making of Diagnosing Dementia

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