Non-Alzheimer non-Pick dementia with Fahr's syndrome.

  title={Non-Alzheimer non-Pick dementia with Fahr's syndrome.},
  author={Hiroto Shibayama and Hirokazu Kobayashi and Makoto Nakagawa and Kentaro Yamada and Hiromu Iwata and Kiyoshi Iwai and Tadao Takeuchi and X Mu-Qune and Ryoko Ishihara and Shoji Iwase},
  journal={Clinical neuropathology},
  volume={11 5},
Five patients with non-Alzheimer non-Pick dementia combined with Fahr's syndrome were studied. Atypical clinical pictures emerged from an evaluation of these cases. Their symptoms and signs could be attributed neither to Alzheimer's disease nor to Pick's disease but to a partial mixture of both. The neuropathological changes were characteristic, and the common findings were as follows: 1) the absence of senile (neuritic) plaques, 2) the widespread presence of numerous neurofibrillary tangles… CONTINUE READING


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