Neuropathological comorbidity associated with argyrophilic grain disease.

Abstract

Argyrophilic grain disease (AGD) is a common four-repeat tauopathy in elderly people. While dementia is a major clinical picture of AGD, recent studies support the possibility that AGD may be a pathological base in some patients with mild cognitive impairment, late-onset psychosis, bipolar disorder and depression. AGD often coexists with various other… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/neup.12429

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@article{Yokota2017NeuropathologicalCA, title={Neuropathological comorbidity associated with argyrophilic grain disease.}, author={Osamu Yokota and Tomoko Miki and Chikako Ikeda and Shigeto Nagao and Shintaro Takenoshita and Hideki Ishizu and Takashi Haraguchi and Shigetoshi Kuroda and Seishi Terada and Norihito Yamada}, journal={Neuropathology : official journal of the Japanese Society of Neuropathology}, year={2017} }