Cortex tissue resembles a crumbled piece of paper with folds that create peaks and valleys, and the lesions of CTE seemed to start in the valleys where small blood vessels also congregate. “There is a fairly stereotyped lesion; where the gray matter dives in to create a valley in the brain is where we see the greatest damage,” says McKee. “We also see over and over in all of these cases that there is a strong tendency of the disease to start around blood vessels, which means the blood vessel is damaged with the injury.”.
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Hundreds of handwritten deeds, dating as far back as the mid 1800s, highlight the extensive archives that can now be researched online through the newly established Tecumseh Historical ArchivesProject manager Stephen Young led a small team of researchers on a 10 month exploration of Tecumseh history, archiving centuries of artifacts, newspapers, documents, photos and other itemsis kind of the first step in hopefully a process to help the historical society and the other partners to really keep preserving the history of Tecumseh, Young said. Hoping the community can take this on to continue (the work) until it completed. Development of the online archive was a joint project of the Town of Tecumseh, the Tecumseh Area Historical Society and Employment Ontario, with assistance from the University of Windsor Leddy LibraryTecumseh CAO Tony Haddad said the job creation partnership offered training opportunities for its participants as wellthink it enhances the quality of historic data and material that is available to residents and businesses and researchers wanting to learn more about the town and activities related to events that have taken place in town, Haddad saidHistorical Society president Doug Drouillard said the online archive will make Tecumseh history more accessible and he hopes will encourage people to visit the society museumthe museum we have over 1,500 artifacts that all have been photographed, researched and all those items will be online with the research associated with it, Drouillard saidThe artifacts range from household goods and medical objects to military, police and fire items.