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Woman combing the hair of her husband, who has Alzheimer's disease, during a visit to his nursing home.
CT scan of the brain, axial section, showing widespread tissue destruction due to Alzheimer's disease, with large areas of hypodensity (black) in the left and right frontal, temporal, and parietal lobes, in a 68 year old female patient.
Gross anatomy of the brain, cross section, showing Alzheimer's disease. (c) Prof. J. J. Hauw
Researcher studying brain specimens aflicted with Alzheimer's disease.
Nurse's aide talking to an elderly woman with Alzheimer's disease about her family genealogy at a hospital geriatric unit. (c) Mendil
Photomicrograph of a section from the neocortex of an 86 year old woman with Alzheimer's disease. This histological section shows the accumulation of beta A4 proteins (beta amyloidplaques) alongside lengthened dendrites. Normally, beta A4 is found in the parenchyma (tissue) of the neocortex, and not attached to dendritic areas.
Alzheimer's disease diagnostic research: immunofluorescence micrograph of human senile plaque, evidence of dementia, shown in a biopsy sample of a human brain, mag. 3000x (at 8.5 x11 in.). The cell surface receptor protein erB4 (green) oft en colocalizes with the glial fibrillary acidic protein, GFAP (red), to form merged sites (yellow).
Illustration of the brain, highlighting the hippocampus, which plays a major role in memory processes.
Conceptual illustration of an elderly man with holes in his head, representing illnesses such as Alzheimer's disease or senility.
Elderly man with Alzheimer's disease waters plants.
Registered nurse comforts an Alzheimer's disease patient at a rehabilitation center. A list of the day's activities appears on the blackboard behind them.
Photomicrograph of brain tissue of a patient with Alzheimer's disease, mag. 250x (at 24 x 36 mm). The disorder can be confirmed by the presence of amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles during microscopic analysis.
Illustration of the areas of the cerebral cortex commonly affected by Alzheimer's disease, lateral view. Colors indicatethe affected regions and the functions they control: the fr ontal lobe governs intelligence, judgment, and social behavior; areas of the temporal lobe govern memory; and the parietal lobe governs language.
Molecular model of galantamine, an Alzheimer's disease medication, with carbon (green), hydrogen (white), oxygen (red), and nitrogen (blue) atoms.
Porous brain illustrating the loss of mental processes due to aging.
Nurse's aide talking to elderly women at a hospital geriatric unit. (c) Mendil
Testing for Alzheimer's disease at a home and day center that offers care for people with memory loss. (c) Ciot
Doctor performing a memory evaluation and consultation for apotential Alzheimer's patient. (c) Mendil
Memory test. (c) May
Memory test. (c) May
Illustration of Alzheimer's disease, showing the aging brainin an elderly woman. Highlighted are the limbic system, bas al ganglia, and cingulate gyrus, the brain structures significantly affected by the disease.
Illustration of the treatment of Alzheimer's disease with cholinesterase inhibitor drugs. Cholinesterase inhibitors workby blocking the enzyme cholinesterase. This enzyme breaks a part the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which aids in the transmission of nerve impulses. Inhibiting cholinesterase canmake more acetylcholine available to neurons in the brain.
Man following on-screen directions for washing hands at a rehabilitation institute laboratory. Researchers at the laboratory are developing computerized systems, including a smart bathroom, to help people with dementia such as Alzheimer's disease live more independently at home. (c) Adrian Wyld
Alzheimer's disease research on rat's brain.
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