Alzheimer Disease –Etiology, Pathophysiology and Treatment: An Overview

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Atul Kabra, Anisha Ramteke


Alzheimer diseases were first described by German physician Dr. Alois Alzheimer in 1906, an Alzheimer disease is also known as neurodegenerative or aging disorder. Presently AD is categorized by psychopharmacological drugs. Alzheimer disease is a type of disorder where neurons are continuously degrade timely and said to be neuronal degenerative disorder. Through this nerve cells are progressively dead i.e. occurrence of nerve disorder. General, symptoms of Alzheimer disease in daily life, and people they unable to recall or remember the things and activities that they have seen in daily routine. Alzheimer disease is associated by loss of synapses and neurons, which result in cognitive deficits.

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Atul Kabra, Anisha Ramteke. (2021). Alzheimer Disease –Etiology, Pathophysiology and Treatment: An Overview. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 3548–3556. Retrieved from