Hormones, cognition and dementia : state of the art and emergent therapeutic strategies [E-Book] / edited by Eef Hogervorst [and others].
Hogervorst, Eef, (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2009
1 online resource (xii, 280 pages)
englisch
9780511635700
9780521899376
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Table of Contents:
  • Estrogens and cognition: perspectives and opportunities in the wake of Women's Health Initiative Memory Study
  • Women's Health Initiative Memory Study (WHIMS) program: emerging findings
  • Identifying risk factors for cognitive change in the Women's Health Initiative: a neural networks approach
  • Estrogen therapy: relationship to longevity and prevalent dementia in the oldest-old: the Leisure World Cohort Study and the 90+ Study
  • Critical window hypothesis: hormone exposures and cognitive outcomes after menopause
  • Animal studies that support estrogen effects on cognitive performance and the cholinergic basis of the critical period hypothesis
  • Healthy cell bias of estrogen action through regulating glucose metabolism and mitochondrial function: implications for prevention of Alzheimer's disease
  • Varieties of estrogenic therapy
  • Alternative estrogenic treatment regimens and the Kronos Early Estrogen Prevention Study: Cognitive and Affective substudy (KEEPS-CA)
  • Use of transdermal 17-estradiol in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease
  • Alternative modes of treatment: pulsatile estradiol treatment
  • In search of estrogen alternatives for the brain
  • Potential modulators and modifiers of estrogenic effects
  • Progesterone regulation of neuroprotective estrogen actions
  • Clinical data of estrogen's effects in the central nervous system: estrogen and mood
  • Different forms of soy processing may determine the positive or negative impact on cognitive function of Indonesian elderly
  • Hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal axis activity in aging women: its impact on the brain and the potential influence of estradiol
  • Possible genetic factors related to hormone treatment effects
  • Possible genetic polymorphisms related to sex steroid metabolism and dementia in women
  • Genetics related to sex steroids: implications for Alzheimer's disease
  • Apolipoprotein E, hormone therapy, and neuroprotection
  • Testosterone, gonadotropins, and genetic polymorphisms in men with Alzheimer's disease
  • Testosterone, estradiol and men, and sex hormone binding globulin
  • Androgens and cognitive functioning in women
  • Role of estradiol in testosterone treatment
  • Endogenous testosterone levels and cognitive aging in men
  • Clinical trials and neuroimaging studies of testosterone in men: insights into effects on verbal memory
  • Testosterone therapy and Alzheimer's disease: potential for treatment and prevention in women
  • Endogenous estradiol and dementia in elderly men: the roles of vascular risk, sex hormone binding globulin, and aromatase activity
  • Testosterone regulates Alzheimer's disease pathogenesis
  • Gonadotropin effects
  • Involvement of gonadotropins in cognitive function: implications for Alzheimer's disease
  • Role of gonadotropins and testosterone in the regulation of beta-amyloid metabolism.