Abbreviated as [Lmna.sup.-/-] mice, these types of mice have demonstrated classical presenile
manifestations in multiple organs, such as skin, liver, and kidneys [16, 17].
dementia with Alzheimer-, Pick- and Lewy-body changes," Acta Neuropathologica, vol.
The same thing occurs in the case of type 1 (presenile
) or type 2 (presenile
mutations), the genetic intervention mechanism alone being responsible for the occurrence of the disease.
subjects with different dementia syndromes, AD and frontotemporal lobe dementia, in presenile
The common neurobehavioural manifestations include seizure-like episodes which are often resistant to anticonvulsive treatment, myoclonus, confusion, headaches, hallucinations, stroke-like episodes, coma, impairment of cognitive function, mood swings, focal neurological deficits, disturbance of consciousness, presenile
dementia, psychosis, and ataxia [1, 2].
Weiss, "Ultrastructural studies in Alzheimer's presenile
dementia," The American Journal of Pathology, vol.
Buerger, "Thromboangiitis obliterans: a study of the vascular lesions leading to presenile
gangrene," The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, vol.
Studies like this one are important because there is little research on presenile
Sanfilippo b in an elderly female psychiatric patient: A rare but relevant diagnosis in presenile
The aim of this study was to evaluate and contribute to our national body of knowledge regarding the causes of low vision, methods of vision enhancement, and utilization of low vision rehabilitation in presenile
and senile individuals presenting for low vision rehabilitation.
At that time, I clinically diagnosed the case as atypical presenile
Alzheimer's disease with parkinsonism, and the autopsy was done on the patient.