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Could Contaminated Scalpels Seed Amyloidosis?

RESEARCH NEWS 2020-09-18 Research News Under rare circumstances, Aβ seeds can be transferred to people during medical procedures. Researchers have turned up a few cases of tissue transplants or hormones from cadavers triggering amyloidosis in the brains or blood vessels of ...

PAPER Dewan MC, Rattani A, Fieggen G, Arraez MA, Servadei F, Boop FA, Johnson WD, Warf BC, Park KB, We would like to thank the following individuals for their dedication and contribution to identifying the global neurosurgical deficit. Collaborators are listed in alphabetical order:

Global neurosurgery: the current capacity and deficit in the provision of essential neurosurgical care. Executive Summary of the Global Neurosurgery Initiative at the Program in Global Surgery and Social Change.

J Neurosurg. 2018 Apr 1;:1-10. PubMed: 29701548

PAPER Lauwers E, Lalli G, Brandner S, Collinge J, Compernolle V, Duyckaerts C, Edgren G, Haïk S, Hardy J, Helmy A, Ivinson AJ, Jaunmuktane Z, Jucker M, Knight R, Lemmens R, Lin IC, Love S, Mead S, Perry VH, Pickett J, Poppy G, Radford SE, Rousseau F, Routledge C, Schiavo G, Schymkowitz J, Selkoe DJ, Smith C, Thal DR, Theys T, Tiberghien P, van den Burg P, Vandekerckhove P, Walton C, Zaaijer HL, Zetterberg H, De Strooper B

Potential human transmission of amyloid β pathology: surveillance and risks

The Lancet, October, 2020

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