H T Blumenthal

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This study compares the lifespan changes in respect to several brain-body weight parameters between several rat strains and human population groups. In the rat, following an initial potential decline, these parameters remain essentially constant throughout the lifespan. In the human, following a similar postnatal decline, there is a further progressive(More)
Cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA) occurs in humans along with the neuritic amyloid plaques in Alzheimer's disease, in several familial (inherited) syndromes, and in a sporadic form that increases in prevalence with age to attain a rate of about 60% after age 90. In the non-Alzheimer conditions, it is often accompanied by cerebral hemorrhage and sometimes(More)
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