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Suffering with AD. Which parts of the brain are affected by AD?

What are the most current thoughts or theories on the cause of AD? Which parts of the brain are affected by AD? What changes occur as the disease progresses? Describe at least two parts of the brain that are affected by the disease. What are their normal functions? What neurotransmitters are involved in the disease, and how do the medications to treat the disease act upon those neurotransmitters?
Asked On : Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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Hello friend,
Thank you for posting your query through Healthcare magic.
Healthcare magic is an online site where the health problems of the patients are answered by hundreds of expert doctors. This prevents them from going hectically to a clinic and waiting there to get the primary level information about their health problems and guide them to take judicious decisions regarding their management.
In your query you have asked a number of questions just like you are going to prepare a thesis on AD and is in the process of collecting data regarding it.
I hope you meant Alzheimer's Disease and the answers would really mean an encyclopaedia on AD.
You can get the answers from medical books online or otherwise and kindly refer them. Healthcare magic is not meant for that.

Dr C. J. Varghese
Answered: Fri, 18 Oct 2013
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