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Microscope Brain Autopsy in Alzheimer Disease?

Brain autopsy from a patient with Alzheimer's disease revealed intracytoplasmic proximal dendritic eosinophilic inclusions consisting of actin. This finding is related to Which of the following morphology?

A) Neurofibrillary tangles
B) Neuritic plaques
C) Granulovacuolar degeneration
D) Hirano bodies
E) Negri bodies
F) Aschoff nodules
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i'd answer A.
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Neuritic plaques.
found in grey matter in AD which differentiate itfrm other frm of dementia.
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I'd answer D!
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  • Hirano Bodies.
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d) Hirano bodies?
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The answer is characteristic for Hirano bodies.
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