Neuropathology of Pick's disease.

Abstract

The author reviews the gross, microscopic, and biochemical pathology associated with classic Pick's disease, as defined by Constantinidis' Type A Pick's disease. This is contrasted with other Pick's disease subtypes, including Constantinidis' Type B (corticobasal degeneration) and Type C (dementia lacking distinctive histology). 

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