Small, dissolvable pieces of A-beta, they are the building blocks of the large, insoluble fibrils that form the plaques first spotted by Alois Alzheimer
ALZHEIMER''S' Disease, first described by the German neurologist Alois Alzheimer
on November 3, 1906, is a physical disease affecting the brain.
Ever since Alzheimer's disease was described by a German doctor, Alois Alzheimer
, in 1906, there was only one way to know for certain that a person had it.
Gilster developed the Alois Alzheimer
Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, which opened in 1987 as the first freestanding dementia facility in the United States.
It was first described by the German neurologist Alois Alzheimer
and is a physical disease affecting the brain.
They were first discovered by Alois Alzheimer
nearly 100 years ago, in 1906.
Researchers identify the seminal discoveries over the century since Alois Alzheimer
first described the disease that carries his name.
First described by Alois Alzheimer
in 1906, Alzheimer's disease (pronounced ALTS-hi-merz) is a fatal, progressive, degenerative condition.
In 1906, Alois Alzheimer
described the first case of the disease that would later bear his name.
officially documented Alzheimer's disease in 1906, but it wasn't until the early 1980s that aggressive research was conducted to verify that "senility" was actually a disease and not part of normal aging.
A Story of Culture Creation: The Alois Alzheimer
In the century since German physician Alois Alzheimer
first described the devastating brain disease that bears his name, the illness has resisted cure and its origins have remained elusive.