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Neuere Ergebnisse aus der neuropathologischen Demenzforschung

  • W. Meier-Ruge

Zusammenfassung

Das Thema senile Demenz wird verschiedentlich mit der Frage verknüpft, ob am Ende eines langen Lebens mit normalem Alterungsprozeß grundsätzlich eine senile Demenz steht.

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