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Disruption in Default Mode Network (DMN) functional connectivity (FC) is commonly
found in Alzheimer's Disease (AD), but studies in MCI have showed conflicting results
(normal, hyper or hypoconnectivity) and one of the possible reasons may be the difference
regarding AD pathophysiology status in MCI subjects. We compared DMN FC in MCI subjects
considering the AT(N) classification and divided subjects in suspected non-Alzheimer’s
pathophysiology (SNAP), AD continuum (A+) and normal AD biomarkers (N).
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