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By 1912 only 13 cases had been written up. The patients were an average of 50 years-old, the mean duration of the illness was seven years, six patients were male and seven were female . From 1907 until the 1950’s, AD went practically unnoticed. At that time, autopsy studies in search of new cases of AD were only done on patients under 65 with presenile dementia. In addition to the fact that very few people lived longer at that time (the average life expectancy was almost half what it is today), the purpose of the studies was to confirm whether the findings of the Munich school were actually sound.
She was repeatedly given sedatives, which were effective only at times. She was also given therapeutic baths, sometimes with cold water, sometimes with hot, nearly every day. She was distracted in the common room and touched and hit the other patients in the face. It was difficult to imagine exactly what she wanted and she had to be isolated from the rest of the patients. When attempts were made to speak to her, she said: – I don’t want to, I haven’t time. The symptoms worsened month by month. Three years after she was admitted, there is a note dated 11 November 1904 indicating that she lay in foetal position on her bed, curled up under the blankets in the midst of her feces.
A locus formerly so obscure that in those days four out of five neuroanatomists at the University of Western Ontario 4 were unable to tell any of us its location. ) The debate about which was the most important neuronal lesion in AD thereupon widened not long afterwards to include predictions about what was the most important site of such a lesion in the entire central nervous system (CNS) . Hence my Acta Neuropathologica article, arguing for the primacy of neurofibrillary tangle formation and, with tangle-bearing neurones having shown us smaller nucleoli , for related hippocampal nerve cell loss, was followed very soon by our still louder contention that histopathological perturbations afflicting the hippocampal formation were far more germane than anything going on in the basal forebrain .