Age-related sympathetic ganglionic neuropathology: human pathology and animal models.

@article{Schmidt2002AgerelatedSG,
  title={Age-related sympathetic ganglionic neuropathology: human pathology and animal models.},
  author={Robert E. Schmidt},
  journal={Autonomic neuroscience : basic & clinical},
  year={2002},
  volume={96 1},
  pages={63-72}
}
Systematic studies of the autonomic nervous system of human subjects and development of well-defined animal models have begun to substantially improve our understanding of the pathogenesis of autonomic dysfunction in aging and may eventually provide strategies for intervention. Neuropathological studies of the sympathetic ganglia of aged human subjects and rodent models have demonstrated that neuroaxonal dystrophy involving intraganglionic terminal axons and synapses is a robust, unequivocal… CONTINUE READING

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