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From: Distinct origins of dura mater graft-associated Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease: past and future problems

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Clinicopathological features of the two subgroups of dCJD. The patients with dCJD can be divided into two subgroups, with the majority represented by a non-plaque-type of dCJD (np-dCJD) and the minority by a plaque-type of dCJD (p-dCJD) [11, 12]. Neuropathological hallmark of p-dCJD is widespread PrPSc amyloid plaques, while np-dCJD shows diffuse synaptic-type PrPSc deposition.

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