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Table 2 Age, gender, causes of death and BNE α-synuclein staging for cases with PD

From: Phenotypic profile of alternative activation marker CD163 is different in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s disease (without dementia)
Case no. Age at death Gender α-syn staging (Braak) Cause of death
1 75 F 4 -
2 81 M 4 Thrombosis histology
3 80 F 4 “Old age” and Parkinson’s disease
4 87 F 4 Gastrointestinal bleeding
5 49 M 5 -
6 75 M 5 Myocardial infarction, acute renal failure, pneumonia
7 72 M 4 Cardio-respiratory arrest; aspiration pneumonia, Parkinson’s disease
8 77 F 5 End stage cardiac failure; moderate to severe LV dysfunction; Aortic & mitral valve disease; colonic bleed, UTI
9 79 M 5 Bronchopneumonia, Parkinson’s disease & GI bleed
10 66 M 4 -
11 86 M 6 Aspiration pneumonia and small bowel obstruction
12 96 F 3 -
13 74 M 6 Bronchopneumonia
14 73 F 3 Progressive PD and recurrent CVA
15 89 M 3 -
16 57 M 5 Gastric cancer, liver and bone metastases
Parkinson’s Disease with Dementia (PDD)
1 61 M 6 Bronchopneumonia
2 80 F 6 Hypostatic pneumonia X 1 week; Parkinson’s disease; senile/presenile Dementia
3 72 M 6 -
4 66 M 6 Chest infection
5 80 M 3 Dementia in Parkinson’s disease: Lewy body dementia
6 84 F 6 -
7 78 F 6 Sepsis, pneumonia
Dementia with Lewy Bodies (DLB)
1 70 M 5 Bronchopneumonia
2 61 M 3 Fall; upper cervical spinal cord damage
3 69 M 6 Dementia with Lewy bodies
4 74 M 6 -