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Eight demented and eight non-demented Parkinson patients are compared with ten controls and 22 Alzheimer patients. NMR images as well as NMR parameters (T1) show similarities within the demented and non-demented sub-groups. The neuropathological and physiological basis of this finding is discussed.


Journal article


Z Gerontol

Publication Date





142 - 145


Aged, Alzheimer Disease, Brain, Cerebral Cortex, Dementia, Humans, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Parkinson Disease