Neocortical cell counts in normal human adult aging.


Fifty-one brains from clinically and neuropathologically normal individuals ranging in age from 24 to 100 years were studied to determine what changes occur in neocortical neuroectodermal cell populations as a function of normal aging. Twenty-mu-thick sections from the midfrontal, superior temporal, and inferior parietal areas were examined with an image… (More)


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@article{Terry1987NeocorticalCC, title={Neocortical cell counts in normal human adult aging.}, author={Robert D. Terry and Richard M. DeTeresa and L. A. MD Salmon Hansen}, journal={Annals of neurology}, year={1987}, volume={21 6}, pages={530-9} }