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  • Zentralblatt für allgemeine Pathologie u…
  • 1989
The autopsy was performed in 225 cases of chronic schizophrenia. In 44 cases examination of the brain by light microscope revealed changes typical of Alzheimer's disease. The increased risk for the development of Alzheimer's disease in chronic schizophrenia is pointed out. In 8 schizophrenics where death occurred suddenly and unexpectedly electronmicroscopy(More)
Cardiac hypertrophy of obscure origin, with or without features of congestive heart failure, is a relatively common finding at autopsy. A primary abnormality of cardiac muscle has usually been considered the basis of this condition. This paper proposes that the basic pathologic process does not affect the myocardium, but rather the ascending aorta. This(More)