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  • Z Soustek
  • 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)
Microscopic examinations of 1,000 ectomized gallbladders in patients with acute acalculous as well as calculous cholecystitides render possible a morphologic definition of the changes which are responsible for the beginning of a disease of the biliary duct. The cases in question are oedema, haemorrhages and necroses in the wall of the gall-bladder. These(More)