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Lateral view of brain from patient with AD showing cerebral cortical atrophy involving frontal, parietal, and temporal lobes. Microscopic image of silver-stained section of cerebrum from a patient with Alzheimer’s disease showing larger neuritic plaque and smaller neurofibrillary tangle.

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Lateral view of brain from patient with AD showing cerebral cortical

atrophy involving frontal, parietal, and temporal lobes.


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Microscopic image of silver-stained section of cerebrum from a

patient with Alzheimer’s disease showing larger neuritic plaque and

smaller neurofibrillary tangle.


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Microscopic images showing two feature of prion disease: vacuolization (left) and plaque formation (right).


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Coronal section of cerebrum at the level of the vacuolization (left) and plaque formation (right).

Anterior commissure showing marked atrophy of heads of caudate nuclei.


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PD Control vacuolization (left) and plaque formation (right).

Axial section of midbrain showing loss of pigmentation in the

Substantia nigra from a patient who died of Parkinson’s disease;

some surviving neurons in this region would harbor Lewy bodies.


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Axial whole-mount section of cervical spinal cord (HE/LFB stain) showing pallor

of the lateral corticospinal tracts in a patient that died of amyotrophic

lateral sclerosis.