IDIOPATHIC OR INFECTIOUS DISEASE? SCIENCE EMERGING - BORRELIA AND ALZHEIMER'S
Posted Jul 22 2013 11:06am
Dr Alan MacDonaldPublished on Jul 21, 2013Cystic Borrelia are under appreciated in borrelia biology. This Lecture discusses the formation of Cystic Borrelia, and the Pathological effects in the human body which are associated with Cystic borrelia, Especially in the Brain. Congential hydrocephalus caused by Gestational borreliosis [ 3cases in world literature ] are reviewed in Detail. Discussion of the possibility of motility in Cystic borrelia is correlated with Electron Microscopyof borrelia Cystic forms. The String of Pearls form of borrelia is illustrated and the identification of Borrelia String of Pearls forms in human blood by Profesor Morten Laane is illustrated. Round bodies associated with various Nerodegenerative Disorders in the Human [ ALS, Parkinson's, Cortical Lewy body Dementia. CorticoBasal Degeneration, Alzheimer's disease, FrontoTemporal Dementia] are correlated with parallel observations of Round Body Borrelia Invading Human Brain neurons in a case of Alzheimer's disease. A New paradigm of Round body Neuropathology is suggested for further Study as evidence of Invasive Cystic borrelia microbes. This Paradigm would shift the classification of Neurodegenerative disorders containing Round Intra-neuronal bodies from Idiopathic in Cause to Infectious Diseases of the Human Brain. Alan B. MacDonald MD July 21,2013 forms in the Human Brain.
Thank you Doctor MacDonald for speaking in Plain English for those of us without a scientific background to understand better.