Tuesday, 5 April 2022

How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 3

You may read previous posting (Part 1):

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



Fig 01- Example photo brain tissue by using fluorescence micrograph
(Picture from sciencephoto.com)

Nissl discovered what we have known as Endoplasmic Reticulum. In the past this organelle also called Nissl body.

In the lab that coordinated by Dr. Alzheimer, some sources mention Alzheimer team, including H-G Crcutzfeld and A. Jakob.

Based on their (H-G Crcutzfeld and A. Jakob.) finding, we got understanding about mad cow that also called Jab Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD).

The disease caused by eating bad meat or the meat from the cattle that infected by a certain disease.



Fig 02- Crowd of people



Fig 03- Beans, illustration only



Fig 04- Rose in the yard



Fig 05- People in an event, just for illustration

Another a brilliant person who had been worked in the same lab was Frederic Henry Lewey. He discovered Lewy bodies, then we known as Lewy body dementia.

The common clinical manisfestation for with Lewy body are disturbance in thinking, memory and movement (motor control).

Lewy body dementia (LBD) is a kind of dementia which associated with abnormal deposits of a protein (alpha-synuclein) in the brain.

It is the second most common type of progressive dementia after Alzheimer's disease dementia.

So Dr. Alzheimer found the brain feature of a kind dementia by staining brain tissue of his patient.

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28 comments:

  1. fantastic photos
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  2. Siempre interesante lo del Alzheimer... 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 2 - Alzheimer's 3
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      Fig 01- Example photo brain tissue by using fluorescence micrograph
      (Picture from sciencephoto.com)

      Nissl discovered what we have known as Endoplasmic Reticulum. In the past this organelle also called Nissl body.

      In the lab that coordinated by Dr. Alzheimer, some sources mention Alzheimer team, including H-G Crcutzfeld and A. Jakob.

      Based on their (H-G Crcutzfeld and A. Jakob.) finding, we got understanding about mad cow that also called Jab Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD).

      The disease caused by eating bad meat or the meat from the cattle that infected by a certain disease.

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  3. Una enfermedad que mina al ser humano. 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 2 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 05- People in an event, just for illustration

      Another a brilliant person who had been worked in the same lab was Frederic Henry Lewey. He discovered Lewy bodies, then we known as Lewy body dementia.

      The common clinical manisfestation for with Lewy body are disturbance in thinking, memory and movement (motor control).

      Lewy body dementia (LBD) is a kind of dementia which associated with abnormal deposits of a protein (alpha-synuclein) in the brain.

      It is the second most common type of progressive dementia after Alzheimer's disease dementia.

      So Dr. Alzheimer found the brain feature of a kind dementia by staining brain tissue of his patient.

      # Previous postings:

      - The Early Person who Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Diseases - Part 1 – Alzheimer's 2
      - Sweet Chocolate Candies and a Yummy Book – Part 2 – Reading 8

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  4. Excellent post. Alzheimer's is a terrible disease for those who have it and for those who care for the patient.
    I love your roses, so beautiful!

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    1. Indeed...

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      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 3
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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. Excelente partilha aqui nos fazes. Esta doença é terrível, e toda a informação é muito importante.

    Continuação de boa 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 2 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 01- Example photo brain tissue by using fluorescence micrograph
      (Picture from sciencephoto.com)

      Nissl discovered what we have known as Endoplasmic Reticulum. In the past this organelle also called Nissl body.

      In the lab that coordinated by Dr. Alzheimer, some sources mention Alzheimer team, including H-G Crcutzfeld and A. Jakob.

      Based on their (H-G Crcutzfeld and A. Jakob.) finding, we got understanding about mad cow that also called Jab Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD).

      The disease caused by eating bad meat or the meat from the cattle that infected by a certain disease.

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  6. Sigo aprendiendo aquí.

    Gracias.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 05- People in an event, just for illustration

      Another a brilliant person who had been worked in the same lab was Frederic Henry Lewey. He discovered Lewy bodies, then we known as Lewy body dementia.

      The common clinical manisfestation for with Lewy body are disturbance in thinking, memory and movement (motor control).

      Lewy body dementia (LBD) is a kind of dementia which associated with abnormal deposits of a protein (alpha-synuclein) in the brain.

      It is the second most common type of progressive dementia after Alzheimer's disease dementia.

      So Dr. Alzheimer found the brain feature of a kind dementia by staining brain tissue of his patient.

      # Previous postings:

      - The Early Person who Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Diseases - Part 1 – Alzheimer's 2
      - Sweet Chocolate Candies and a Yummy Book – Part 2 – Reading 8

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  7. Interessante publicação!

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    Coisas de uma vida

    Beijos. Boa noite

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  8. Una información muy interesante, gracias por compartirla. Abrazos.

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      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 3
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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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  9. Uma doença cada vez mais comum.
    Um post muito interessante, gostei de ler.
    Continuação de boa semana, querida amiga.
    Um abraço.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 01- Example photo brain tissue by using fluorescence micrograph
      (Picture from sciencephoto.com)

      Nissl discovered what we have known as Endoplasmic Reticulum. In the past this organelle also called Nissl body.

      In the lab that coordinated by Dr. Alzheimer, some sources mention Alzheimer team, including H-G Crcutzfeld and A. Jakob.

      Based on their (H-G Crcutzfeld and A. Jakob.) finding, we got understanding about mad cow that also called Jab Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD).

      The disease caused by eating bad meat or the meat from the cattle that infected by a certain disease.

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  10. Es bueno conocer más sobre ella.
    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 2 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 05- People in an event, just for illustration

      Another a brilliant person who had been worked in the same lab was Frederic Henry Lewey. He discovered Lewy bodies, then we known as Lewy body dementia.

      The common clinical manisfestation for with Lewy body are disturbance in thinking, memory and movement (motor control).

      Lewy body dementia (LBD) is a kind of dementia which associated with abnormal deposits of a protein (alpha-synuclein) in the brain.

      It is the second most common type of progressive dementia after Alzheimer's disease dementia.

      So Dr. Alzheimer found the brain feature of a kind dementia by staining brain tissue of his patient.

      # Previous postings:

      - The Early Person who Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Diseases - Part 1 – Alzheimer's 2
      - Sweet Chocolate Candies and a Yummy Book – Part 2 – Reading 8

      Delete
  11. Hello my friend!
    Muito bom seus conhecimentos a respeito da demência, pois isso muito me assusta. E sempre leio a respeito.

    Obrigada pela partilha.

    Beijinhos

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 3
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      You may read previous posting (Part 1):

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

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  12. 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 2 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 01- Example photo brain tissue by using fluorescence micrograph
      (Picture from sciencephoto.com)

      Nissl discovered what we have known as Endoplasmic Reticulum. In the past this organelle also called Nissl body.

      In the lab that coordinated by Dr. Alzheimer, some sources mention Alzheimer team, including H-G Crcutzfeld and A. Jakob.

      Based on their (H-G Crcutzfeld and A. Jakob.) finding, we got understanding about mad cow that also called Jab Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD).

      The disease caused by eating bad meat or the meat from the cattle that infected by a certain disease.

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  13. Todo cuanto se aporte para esclarecer este mal endémico, bienvenido sea.
    Gracias por aportarlo.
    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 2 - Alzheimer's 3
      -
      Fig 05- People in an event, just for illustration

      Another a brilliant person who had been worked in the same lab was Frederic Henry Lewey. He discovered Lewy bodies, then we known as Lewy body dementia.

      The common clinical manisfestation for with Lewy body are disturbance in thinking, memory and movement (motor control).

      Lewy body dementia (LBD) is a kind of dementia which associated with abnormal deposits of a protein (alpha-synuclein) in the brain.

      It is the second most common type of progressive dementia after Alzheimer's disease dementia.

      So Dr. Alzheimer found the brain feature of a kind dementia by staining brain tissue of his patient.

      # Previous postings:

      - The Early Person who Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Diseases - Part 1 – Alzheimer's 2
      - Sweet Chocolate Candies and a Yummy Book – Part 2 – Reading 8

      Delete
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      How did Alzheimer find out the change in his patient's brain? - Part 2 - Alzheimer's 3
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      You may read previous posting (Part 1):

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

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