By Mathias Jucker, Konrad Beyreuther, Christian Haass, Roger M. Nitsch
Few scientific or clinical addresses have so unmistakeably made historical past because the presentation brought by means of Alois Alzheimer on November four, 1906 in TÃ¼bingen.The celebratory occasion, ""Alzheimer a hundred Years and Beyond"" geared up at the initiation of the Alzheimer neighborhood in Germany and world wide, in collaboration with the Fondation Ipsen, used to be the spotlight of the yr of Alzheimer. although, past those few months of tributes, the centennial bargains a different chance to evaluate either the growth completed and the uncertainties closing. This quantity, a suite comprised generally of articles by means of the invited audio system and in addition of some different widespread researchers, is intended to be a list of these occasions.
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11). Kraepelin mentioned Alzheimer dis- 30 K. Maurer Fig. 10. (a) Neuroﬁbrils of Auguste D. (b) Pictures drawn with Abbe’s camara lucida. Under 2 and 3 plaques of Auguste D. The history of Alois Alzheimer‘s ﬁrst case Auguste D. 31 Fig. 11. Front page of Kraepelin’s textbook ease for the ﬁrst time in the following text: The clinical interpretation of this Alzheimer’s disease is still confusing. While the anatomical ﬁndings suggest that we are dealing with a particularly serious form of senile dementia, the fact is that this disease sometimes starts as early as the late 40s.
Following a short stay in Heidelberg, he moved to Munich to continue his scientiﬁc and medical activities at 28 K. Maurer the Royal Psychiatric Clinic under director Emil Kraepelin. After Auguste D. died on April 8, 1906, Alzheimer asked that the record and the brain be sent to Munich. He immediately did a report on the admission formulas used in Munich at this time and wrote a full-page epicrisis. ” and the source of the tissue as Frankfurt (Graeber et al. 1998). This proves that the brain had been analyzed in his famous neuropathologic laboratory.
4. Scientiﬁc co-workers of Alzheimer Last row from left to right: Lotmar (1), Rosenthal (3), Allers (4), Alzheimer (6), Achucarro (7), Lewy (8) Sitting: Grombach (1), Cerletti (2), Binﬁglio (4), Perusini (5) into subacute bacterial endocarditis. He never recovered completely. On December 19, 1915, during the second winter of World War I, Alois Alzheimer died in a uremic coma. He had not reached his ﬁfty-second birthday. His body was transferred to Frankfurt and was laid to rest at the principal cemetery next to his wife, who had been buried there on February 28, 1901 (Fig.