Monday, 14 March 2022

How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3

As you might know that Alzheimer's disease is the kind of dementia that has specific:

- signs

- and symptoms.



Fig 01- Nissl-stained in the brain tissue
(Picture from Neuroscience, Purves, et al)

Based on clinical research a patient who has dementia with Alzheimer's disease, in their brain has accumulation of:

- neurofibrillary tangles
- and amyloid plaques.

This disease got the name after a Germany physician and clinical psychiatrist, and also conducted some research related to brain disorders, Dr Alois Alzheimer.



Fig 02- Hit by car, just for illustration



Fig 03- Wild flower, illustration



Fig 04 – Just for fun



Fig 05- Decorative wood

Dr. Alzheimer was excited about working in the laboratory.

Franz Nissl who discovered a special staining technique became Dr. Alzheimer coworker and then also taught him about staining.

As we know at that time staining in the lab would helped the scientists to discover new finding in the organelles of the human body.

He worked with Nissl for couple years before Nissl moved out for better facility in his research.

However, they kept in touch being the best friend forever.

# To be continued to Part 2

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40 comments:

  1. Una enfermedad devastadora, hace que los últimos años de la persona sean nefasto bajo esa lacra de pérdida de memoria y un cuerpo agotado por la enfermedad. Un abrazo y una feliz semana.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3

      As you might know that Alzheimer's disease is the kind of dementia that has specific:
      - signs
      - and symptoms.

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  2. Uma doença que é cada vez mais frequente à medida que a esperança de vida vai aumentando...
    Excelente post.
    Boa semana, minha amiga.
    Beijo.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 01- Nissl-stained in the brain tissue
      (Picture from Neuroscience, Purves, et al)

      Based on clinical research a patient who has dementia with Alzheimer's disease, in their brain has accumulation of:
      - neurofibrillary tangles
      - and amyloid plaques.

      This disease got the name after a Germany physician and clinical psychiatrist, and also conducted some research related to brain disorders, Dr Alois Alzheimer.

      Delete
  3. Uma doença terrível, de cariz neurológico, que infelizmente afeta milhões de pessoas. E dificilmente se encontrará a cura...
    Excelente partilha.

    Votos de uma excelente semana, amiga.

    Beijinhos!

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 05- Decorative wood

      Dr. Alzheimer was excited about working in the laboratory.

      Franz Nissl who discovered a special staining technique became Dr. Alzheimer coworker and then also taught him about staining.

      As we know at that time staining in the lab would helped the scientists to discover new finding in the organelles of the human body.

      He worked with Nissl for couple years before Nissl moved out for better facility in his research.

      However, they kept in touch being the best friend forever.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - Changes of Parents Behaviors When Caring a Baby – Part 2 - Science 11
      - The Best Tacos which I Love to Consume in Louisiana – Part 1 – Food 10
      - Could Botulinum Toxin be Turned to Beneficial Substance? - Part 4 – Science 10
      - A Novel of Arian - Then The Fish Swallowed Him - Part 1 – Reading 6

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  4. Gostei da publicação!!
    ~~
    As gotículas parecem pedras preciosas

    Beijos. Votos de uma excelente semana.

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      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3

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  5. Esta reseña (noche de arcoíris), que nos dejas es sumamente interesante por lo devastadora que en la actualidad resulta esta enfermedad... demos grandes aplausos al Dr. Alois Alzheimer. Por su descubrimiento y hagamos preces para que la investigación encuentre un alivio para su tratamiento y cura.
    Un abrazo

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3

      As you might know that Alzheimer's disease is the kind of dementia that has specific:
      - signs
      - and symptoms.

      Delete
  6. Aprendo mucho en este blog.

    Gracias.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 01- Nissl-stained in the brain tissue
      (Picture from Neuroscience, Purves, et al)

      Based on clinical research a patient who has dementia with Alzheimer's disease, in their brain has accumulation of:
      - neurofibrillary tangles
      - and amyloid plaques.

      This disease got the name after a Germany physician and clinical psychiatrist, and also conducted some research related to brain disorders, Dr Alois Alzheimer.

      Delete
  7. Interessante o post, amigo! Conheço alguns casos; como essa doença tem afetado a vida de famílias inteiras! :( Meu abraço, boa semana.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 05- Decorative wood

      Dr. Alzheimer was excited about working in the laboratory.

      Franz Nissl who discovered a special staining technique became Dr. Alzheimer coworker and then also taught him about staining.

      As we know at that time staining in the lab would helped the scientists to discover new finding in the organelles of the human body.

      He worked with Nissl for couple years before Nissl moved out for better facility in his research.

      However, they kept in touch being the best friend forever.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - Changes of Parents Behaviors When Caring a Baby – Part 2 - Science 11
      - The Best Tacos which I Love to Consume in Louisiana – Part 1 – Food 10
      - Could Botulinum Toxin be Turned to Beneficial Substance? - Part 4 – Science 10
      - A Novel of Arian - Then The Fish Swallowed Him - Part 1 – Reading 6

      Delete
  8. Ainda sabemos pouco sobre essa terrível doença. Terrível a ponto de não ter um remédio para ao menos combater essa mal que afeta milhares de pessoas em todo mundo

    Obrigada pela partilha.

    Tenha uma excelente semana.

    Te mando um beijo

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3

      As you might know that Alzheimer's disease is the kind of dementia that has specific:
      - signs
      - and symptoms.

      Delete
  9. Muy buena informacion. Saludos amiga.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 01- Nissl-stained in the brain tissue
      (Picture from Neuroscience, Purves, et al)

      Based on clinical research a patient who has dementia with Alzheimer's disease, in their brain has accumulation of:
      - neurofibrillary tangles
      - and amyloid plaques.

      This disease got the name after a Germany physician and clinical psychiatrist, and also conducted some research related to brain disorders, Dr Alois Alzheimer.

      Delete
  10. A disease that affects more and more people.
    It is terrible for those who have it and for the family members who care for the patient.
    The 4th image is super funny.

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    1. Indeed....


      Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 05- Decorative wood

      Dr. Alzheimer was excited about working in the laboratory.

      Franz Nissl who discovered a special staining technique became Dr. Alzheimer coworker and then also taught him about staining.

      As we know at that time staining in the lab would helped the scientists to discover new finding in the organelles of the human body.

      He worked with Nissl for couple years before Nissl moved out for better facility in his research.

      However, they kept in touch being the best friend forever.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - Changes of Parents Behaviors When Caring a Baby – Part 2 - Science 11
      - The Best Tacos which I Love to Consume in Louisiana – Part 1 – Food 10
      - Could Botulinum Toxin be Turned to Beneficial Substance? - Part 4 – Science 10
      - A Novel of Arian - Then The Fish Swallowed Him - Part 1 – Reading 6

      Delete
  11. Importante tratar un tema como el de el Alzheimeer que en la actualidad se ha convertido en una morbilidad de altos índices. Un abrazo. Carlos

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3

      As you might know that Alzheimer's disease is the kind of dementia that has specific:
      - signs
      - and symptoms.

      Delete
  12. Olá, amiga.
    Passando por aqui, para desejar uma boa noite, e continuação de ótima semana.

    Beijinhos!

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 01- Nissl-stained in the brain tissue
      (Picture from Neuroscience, Purves, et al)

      Based on clinical research a patient who has dementia with Alzheimer's disease, in their brain has accumulation of:
      - neurofibrillary tangles
      - and amyloid plaques.

      This disease got the name after a Germany physician and clinical psychiatrist, and also conducted some research related to brain disorders, Dr Alois Alzheimer.

      Delete
  13. Tremenda enfermedad. Ojalá se encuentre la forma de detenerla.
    Gracias por la información.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 05- Decorative wood

      Dr. Alzheimer was excited about working in the laboratory.

      Franz Nissl who discovered a special staining technique became Dr. Alzheimer coworker and then also taught him about staining.

      As we know at that time staining in the lab would helped the scientists to discover new finding in the organelles of the human body.

      He worked with Nissl for couple years before Nissl moved out for better facility in his research.

      However, they kept in touch being the best friend forever.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - Changes of Parents Behaviors When Caring a Baby – Part 2 - Science 11
      - The Best Tacos which I Love to Consume in Louisiana – Part 1 – Food 10
      - Could Botulinum Toxin be Turned to Beneficial Substance? - Part 4 – Science 10
      - A Novel of Arian - Then The Fish Swallowed Him - Part 1 – Reading 6

      Delete
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  15. Por desgracia conozco bien esa enfermedad. La vivimos 11 tristes años con mi padre.Buenas fotos.


    https://asimegustaelmundo.blogspot.com/2012/02/alzheimerel-mal-de-nuestros-dias.html?showComment=1647624786332

    Buen fin de semana.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 01- Nissl-stained in the brain tissue
      (Picture from Neuroscience, Purves, et al)

      Based on clinical research a patient who has dementia with Alzheimer's disease, in their brain has accumulation of:
      - neurofibrillary tangles
      - and amyloid plaques.

      This disease got the name after a Germany physician and clinical psychiatrist, and also conducted some research related to brain disorders, Dr Alois Alzheimer.

      Delete
  16. Una enfermedad terrible, triste para el paciente y para la familia. Deseo que se encuentre pronto una cura. Un abrazo.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 05- Decorative wood

      Dr. Alzheimer was excited about working in the laboratory.

      Franz Nissl who discovered a special staining technique became Dr. Alzheimer coworker and then also taught him about staining.

      As we know at that time staining in the lab would helped the scientists to discover new finding in the organelles of the human body.

      He worked with Nissl for couple years before Nissl moved out for better facility in his research.

      However, they kept in touch being the best friend forever.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - Changes of Parents Behaviors When Caring a Baby – Part 2 - Science 11
      - The Best Tacos which I Love to Consume in Louisiana – Part 1 – Food 10
      - Could Botulinum Toxin be Turned to Beneficial Substance? - Part 4 – Science 10
      - A Novel of Arian - Then The Fish Swallowed Him - Part 1 – Reading 6

      Delete
  17. I Hope a prompt cure will be for Alzheimer's people.

    Blessings.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3

      As you might know that Alzheimer's disease is the kind of dementia that has specific:
      - signs
      - and symptoms.

      Delete
  18. Que osbnossos cientistas desenvolvam um remedio para retardar os sintomas dessa terrível doença.

    Tenha bom fom de semana.

    Beijos.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 01- Nissl-stained in the brain tissue
      (Picture from Neuroscience, Purves, et al)

      Based on clinical research a patient who has dementia with Alzheimer's disease, in their brain has accumulation of:
      - neurofibrillary tangles
      - and amyloid plaques.

      This disease got the name after a Germany physician and clinical psychiatrist, and also conducted some research related to brain disorders, Dr Alois Alzheimer.

      Delete
  19. Olá amiga,
    Passando por aqui, para desejar um feliz fim de semana!

    Beijinhos.

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 05- Decorative wood

      Dr. Alzheimer was excited about working in the laboratory.

      Franz Nissl who discovered a special staining technique became Dr. Alzheimer coworker and then also taught him about staining.

      As we know at that time staining in the lab would helped the scientists to discover new finding in the organelles of the human body.

      He worked with Nissl for couple years before Nissl moved out for better facility in his research.

      However, they kept in touch being the best friend forever.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - Changes of Parents Behaviors When Caring a Baby – Part 2 - Science 11
      - The Best Tacos which I Love to Consume in Louisiana – Part 1 – Food 10
      - Could Botulinum Toxin be Turned to Beneficial Substance? - Part 4 – Science 10
      - A Novel of Arian - Then The Fish Swallowed Him - Part 1 – Reading 6

      Delete
  20. Olá passando para desejar um feliz final de semana

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      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 1 - Alzheimer's 3

      As you might know that Alzheimer's disease is the kind of dementia that has specific:
      - signs
      - and symptoms.

      Delete

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