Working with Claudine Bitel and Rajesh Kaswala, students at UMDNJ, the researchers tested whether untreated diabetes would provide a physiological model of Alzheimer neuropathology
Following this residency, he became an Alexander von Humboldt Foundation fellow studying Neuropathology
at the University of Gottingen, Germany.
We offer centers of excellence in coagulation, cytogenetics, flow cytometry, hematopathology, microbiology, and subspecialty services in cytopathology, gastroenterology, dermatopathology, and neuropathology
Arrangement is in sections on neoplasms (intrinsic and extrinsic brain tumors, and spinal cord neoplasms); nonneoplastic mass lesions; diagnostic brain biopsies for non-neoplastic disease; and surgical neuropathology
Ann McKee, the director of the neuropathology
laboratory for the New England Veterans Administration Medical Centers.
1071) reviewed clinical, neuroimaging, and neuropathological literature to determine if chronic Mn exposure produces degeneration of nigrostriatal dopaminergic neurons and clinical signs of PD, or if it produces a distinct neuropathology
and clinical presentation.
Records of autopsies for 715 infants aged less than one year at the Institute of Neuropathology
, Hamburg from 1956 to 2005 were reviewed regarding cause of death--50 had SDB and NAHI was identified in 17.
Of these women, 56 had brains that met the neuropathology
criteria for Alzheimer's disease.
from the University of Maryland at Baltimore in 1986.
Dr Rezaie, from the Neuropathology
Research Laboratory at the Open University, said: "For autism, we only have maybe 15 or 20 brains that have been donated that we can do our research on.
"It seems that medication might be one explanation for this apparent discrepancy between epidemiologic and neuropathology
studies," said Dr.
"It appears that medication might be one explanation for this apparent discrepancy between epidemiologic and neuropathology
studies," said Dr.