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225 Possible Causes for Astrocytic Gliosis

  • Classic Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Syndrome

    Neuropathologically, all forms are characterized by neuronal loss, gliosis with astrocytic plaques and accumulation of tau-immunoreactive neurofibrillary tangles in specific[] The disease is characterized neuropathologically by gliosis with astrocytic plaques, accumulation of tau-immunoreactive neurofibrillary tangles and neuronal loss in specific[]

  • Globoid Cell Leukodystrophy

    ] a metabolic disorder of infancy or early childhood characterized by spasticity, seizures, and rapidly progressive cerebral degeneration, massive loss of myelin, severe astrocytic[] The presence of numerous, often multinucleated, globoid cells, the almost total loss of myelin and oligodendroglia, and astrocytic gliosis in the white matter are the morphologic[] gliosis through astrocytic PGD2 receptors (DP1).[]

  • Leigh's Disease

    In addition, there was severe leukoencephalopathy of the cerebral hemispheres with sudanophilic tissue degregation, advanced axonal loss and reactive astrocytic gliosis.[] Longstanding chronic lesions involved the optic chiasma and the cerebral peduncles and consisted of myelin loss, status spongiosus, astrocytic gliosis and marked capillary[]

  • Alzheimer Disease

    Multifocal spongiform encephalopathic changes, mononuclear perivascular infiltrates, subcortical demyelination and gliosis were also found.[] Of particular interest were well-defined neuronal and astrocytic intranuclear inclusion bodies (Cowdry type I and I), suggestive of viral disease.[]

  • Posterior Cerebral Artery Occlusion with Infarction

    Review Topic QID: 107142 4 Reactive gliosis and vascular proliferation 5 Cyst formed by astrocyte processes M1 Select Answer to see Preferred Response PREFERRED RESPONSE 5[] This activity is known as replacement gliosis. MYELIN Myelin is a white lipid-protein complex that provides insulation along a nerve process.[] When there is death of neurons due to injury, astrocytes proliferate and fill in the space formerly occupied by the nerve cell body and its processes.[]

  • Demyelinating Disease

    As lesions evolve, there is prominent astrocytic proliferation (gliosis).[] Astrocytic gliosis in plaques is usually evident in sections stained with haematoxylin and eosin, but can be observed more obviously by immunolabelling the astrocytes—for[] Edema Differentiate inactive plaques in MS Little to no myelin Decreased oligodendrocyte nuclei Gliosis *Decreased number of axons (degeneration) Differentiate shadow plaques[]

  • Medial Sclerosis

    Microscopic features are decrease in hippocampal neurons and gliosis.[] Chronic astrogliosis with a fine fibrillary background containing bland nuclei of astrocytes and few remaining neurons. CA1, CA4, and CA3 are most affected.[]

  • McLeod Neuroacanthocytosis Syndrome

    Marked neuronal loss and astrocytic gliosis were observed on histologic examination.[] A cell loss of 90% in the striatum with astrocytic gliosis has been reported.[] Moderate focal subcortical and subtle cortical astrocytic gliosis, particularly in frontal areas, was noted.[]

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    PubMed Google Scholar Hwang SY, Jung JS, Kim TH, Lim SJ, Oh ES, Kim JY, Ji KA, Joe EH, Cho KH, Han IO: Ionizing radiation induces astrocyte gliosis through microglia activation[]

  • Huntington Disease-Like 2

    Gross and microscopic examination revealed prominent striatal neuron loss and astrocytic gliosis in a dorsal to ventral gradient in each disorder and cortical atrophy.[]

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