A study in Advanced Science found that patients with probable Alzheimer's disease experienced improvement in their memory for up to three months after receiving ultrasound-guided transcranial pulse stimulation for two to four weeks, and the improvements correlated with those observed on functional MRI. The findings were based on 35 patients with Alzheimer's who were a mean age of 70.37.
Ultrasound-guided stimulation improves memory in Alzheimer's disease
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