Published in Blood Weekly, August 9th, 1999
Amyloid deposits in cerebral vessels are commonly observed in beta-amyloid diseases (Alzheimer's disease, congophilic amyloid angiopathy, Down's syndrome and hereditary cerebral amyloidosis with hemorrhage of the Dutch type), noted R. Schroder and R.P. Linke, Universitat Koln, Cologne, Germany.
Schroder and Linke reported on 20 autopsies performed on patients who had died with systemic amyloidosis of the AA, Alambda and Akappa types ("Cerebrovascular Involvement in Systemic AA and AL Amyloidosis: A Clear Haematogenic Pattern," Virchows Arch, June...
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