and radiographic studies show evidence that the brain is affected in several areas, including cerebellar, temporal, and frontal lobes.
A perspective on neuropathologic
findings in victims of the sudden infant death syndrome: the triple risk model.
Life-span cognitive activity, neuropathologic
burden, and cognitive aging.
713delC) in patients with the classical form of MSUD, which were associated with serious neuropathologic
Neurologic symptoms and neuropathologic
antibodies in poultry workers exposed to Campylobacter jejuni.
Oral curcumin mitigates the clinical and neuropathologic
phenotype of the Trembler-J mouse: A potential therapy for inherited neuropathy.
6,7) These diagnostic guidelines provide 4 levels of "AD neuropathologic
change," based on the ordinal scale ranking of 3 characteristic AD-associated neuropathologies: neuritic plaque densities, neurofibrillary tangle (NFT) anatomic distribution, and the distribution of parenchymal deposits of [beta]-amyloid peptides (A[beta]).
In contrast, an animal model of congenital Zika virus infection with similar neuropathologic
damage was associated with striking global growth retardation (12).
4,5] Again in neuropathologic
studies of chronic alcoholics, WE is found in 8.
studies in human and non-human primate fetuses have detected Zika virus in brain tissue (11,12).
2,6,7) These criteria include evidence of lower motor neuron degeneration by clinical, electrophysiologic, or neuropathologic
exam; evidence of upper motor neuron disease by clinical exam; progressive spread of symptoms or signs within a region or to other regions (by history or exam); and the absence of electrophysiologic, neuroimaging, or pathologic evidence of other disease processes that could explain the symptoms.
However, new data suggests military personnel may be at risk for developing CTE, and a single blast-related TBI may be sufficient to trigger the neuropathologic
changes seen in CTE.