Hirano bodies

Hirano bodies are intracellular aggregates of

A. Actin

B. Myosin

C. Beta-amyloid protein

D. Transthyretin

Hirano bodies are seen in-

A. Parkinsonism

B. Lacunar infarction

C. Multiple Sclerosis

D. Alzheimer’s disease

Hirano bodies – are found mostly in

A. Pyramids

B. Hippocampus

C. Cerebral Cortex

D. Substantia nigra

Alzheimer’s neurofibrillary tangles show a preference to form in –

A. CA1- Hippocampus

B. CA2 – Hippocampus

C. CA3 – Hippocampus

D. CA3 -Hippocampus


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