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DISCUSSION: Alzheimer's disease (AD), also known as Alzheimer disease, (After a German Psychiatrist Alois Alzheimer.
This idea isn't new: In the early 1900s, Alois Alzheimer suggested that problems in the circulatory system might trigger the memory-robbing disease now named for him.
The premiere episode is titled "Starring Samuel Beckett, Albert Camus and Alois Alzheimer.
First described by Alois Alzheimer in early 20th century, Alzheimer's disease ((AD) is the most frequent type of dementia in old people, manifesting through memory loss, behavioral changes, impairment of normal body functions (such as swallowing) and finally, death.
It was first described by, and later named after, German psychiatrist and pathologist Alois Alzheimer in 1906.
Deadline for entries is on June 4, the birthdate of Dr Alois Alzheimer, the German psychiatrist who discovered the condition of dementia and diagnosed the disease that bears his name.
AD was first discovered by German psychiatrist and neuropathologist Alois Alzheimer in 1906, and was named after him.
And the classic description of Auguste Deter, the first patient diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease by Alois Alzheimer in 1901.
BORN EDITH Piaf, French singer, 1915 PROFESSOR Longhair, musician, 1918 CICELY Tyson, US actress, 1933, above DIED EMILY Bronte, English author, 1848, above ALOIS Alzheimer, Neurologist, 1915 MARCELLO Mastroianni, actor, 1996
Alzheimer's disease, first described by the German neurologist Alois Alzheimer, is a physical disease affecting the brain.
Alzheimer's disease (AD), the commonest cause of dementia, was first described by Dr Alois Alzheimer more than 100 years ago.
Alois Alzheimer, a German physician, first identified Alzheimer's disease in 1906.
It has been over 100 years since Alois Alzheimer first published his case study of the patient Auguste, a 51-year-old woman whose symptoms of irrationality, memory loss, disorientation to time and place, paranoia, hallucinations, and difficulties with language and cognition gradually progressed until she became incontinent, bedbound, and nonverbal.
Alzheimer's disease (AD): Alois Alzheimer, the "father" of AD, suggested 100 years ago that microorganisms contribute to the formation of the amyloid plaques found in AD.
She was diagnosed in 1901 by Alois Alzheimer, who examined Ms Deter's brain when she died and he described the distinctive damage as an indicator of a form of presenile dementia.