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Morphometry of the cerebellum of 11 subjects who died in the severe, final stage of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and of five age-matched subjects without dementia revealed significant atrophy in the AD group, with a decrease in the volume of the molecular layer by 24% and of the granular layer by 22% in comparison with controls. The 32% decrease in the total(More)
The presenilin-1 (PS1) gene mutation (Pro117Leu), recently identified in a Polish family is characterized by the earliest reported onset (from 24-31 years) of Alzheimer disease (AD) and a very short duration of disease (4-6 years). The neuropathology of 2 subjects with this PS1 mutation (ages at death: 35 and 37 years) was compared to four Down syndrome(More)
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