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3). , 1986) obtained slightly increased rates of Alzheimer's disease among the families of SDAT patients in comparison with control groups from the general population or from hospital patients. , 1988). Heston et al. (1981) found a strong genetic determination in early-onset patients. g. Amaducci before the age of70). In late-onset cases Chandra et al. (1987) found no increase in SDAT among family members. However, with respect to the sources of error mentioned, the findings are not yet sufficient to give a clear picture of the strength of genetic determination in relation to age of onset, although very young age of onset is likely to be associated with a stronger genetic load.
In: Mueller J (ed) Neurology and psychiatry: a meeting of minds. Karger, Basel Miinchen Paris, pp 43-63 Nyth A-L, Balldin J, Elgen K, Gottfries C-G (1987) Behandlung med citalopram vid clemens. Normalisering av DST (with summary in English). Nord Psykiat Tidskr 41:423-430 20 A. Carlsson Nyth A-L, Gottfries C-G, Elgen K, Engedahl K, Harenko A, Karlsson I, Koskinen T, Larsson L, Nygaard H, Samuelsson SM, Yli-Kertula A (1988) The effect of citalopram in dementia disorders. A Scandinavian multicenter study.
Incidence of Alzheimer's disease In analogy with the prevalence pattern, the incidence rate for AD raises exponentially with age. As summarized by Mas et al. 01 per 1000 in the age group 40-60 years. It raises to 1 per 1000 in the age group 65-74 years and reaches 10 per 1000 in subjects aged 75 years and over. 58 per 1000 in the ages over 80. The rates were consistently higher in females in all age groups. Molsa et al. 44 per 1000 in the age-group 85 and over. The incidence rates were higher in females, except for the 45-54 age group.
Alzheimer’s Disease. Epidemiology, Neuropathology, Neurochemistry, and Clinics by Dr. R. J. Wurtman (auth.), Prof. Dr. Konrad Maurer, Prof. Dr. Peter Riederer, Prof. Dr. Helmut Beckmann (eds.)