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Structural and functional disconnections convey the pathology progression along the Alzheimer’s continuum

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The principal connected component is represented in red (structural connectivity) and blue (functional connectivity), the other affected connections not included in the principal connected component are shown in cyan (structural connectivity) and pink (functional connectivity). All the comparisons were adjusted for age. A anterior, AD Alzheimer’s disease, aMCI amnestic mild cognitive impairment (c converters, nc non-converters), FA fractional anisotropy, FC functional connectivity, L left, MD mean diffusivity, P posterior, R right. For more information, please refer to the article by Filippi et al. on pages 230–239

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Filippi, M., Basaia, S., Canu, E. et al. Structural and functional disconnections convey the pathology progression along the Alzheimer’s continuum. Mol Psychiatry 25, 1 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41380-019-0612-0

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