RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The study, published in the scientific journal Communications Biology, and disclosed by Galileo, shows that significant changes occur in a section of the brain of Alzheimer's patients, more specifically in the cerebellum.
This sensitive area is in charge of movement and balance, and researchers have found that the cerebellum undergoes considerable changes in patients.
Experts argue that the finding is of utmost importance, because compared to other regions of the brain, such as the motor cortex and the sensitive cortex, which do not show any reaction, the cerebellum is an area that generally does not . . .