Creutzfeldt


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Creutz·feldt

(kroytz'fĕlt),
Hans Gerhard, German neuropsychiatrist, 1885-1964. See: Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.
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Nola left the hospital without being released and a patient died there from Creutzfeldt Jekob disease, a form of mad cow disease that people can catch from infected food.
Creutzfeldt and Jakob, independently, first described the disease.
In 1920, Creutzfeldt described a progressive, dementing illness and in 1921 Jakob, described four patients with similar signs.
Washington, June 17 (ANI): Farmed fish, if fed by-products rendered from cows, could transmit Creutzfeldt Jakob disease-commonly known as mad cow disease.
Creutzfeldt Jakob disease is an untreatable, universally fatal disease that can be contracted by eating parts of an animal infected with bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE or mad cow disease).
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Leslie Wolf- Creutzfeldt, Investor Relations of Grayling Global, +1-646-284-9472, or lwolf- creutzfeldt@hfgcg.
Investors, Leslie Wolf- Creutzfeldt of The Global Consulting Group, +1-646-284-9472, lwolf-creutzfeldt@hfgcg.