The above findings are such as are found
in the degenerative changes associated with senility. The findings in
the visceral organs are likewise compatible with the diagnosis of
The clinical course, from the evidence obtained, has been that of
a gradual decline over a period of years, with more rapid
deterioration during the past year. Such deterioration will continue,
and would be rapidly accelerated, with immediate danger to the
patient's life, were he to be moved from his present location.
Senile degeneration of the brain tissues, selectively affecting
the frontal lobes of the cerebral cortex and the basal ganglia, with
associated senile degeneration of the visceral organs.
/ s / R. E. TUNBRIDGE
O.B.E., M.D., M.Sc., F.R.C.P., Consulting
Physician, British Army of the Rhine
/ s / RENE PIEDELIEVRE
M.D., Professor of the Paris Faculty of Medicine,
Expert of the Tribunal
/ s / NICOLAS KURSHAKOV
M.D., Professor of Medicine, Medical Institute
of Moscow, Chief Internist, Commissariat of
Public Health U.S.S.R.
/ s / EUGENE SEPP
M.D., Emeritus Professor of Neurology, Medical
Inst. of Moscow; Member, Academy of
Medical Sciences, U.S.S.R.
/ s / EUGENE KRASNUSHKIN
M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, Medical Institute
/ s / BERTRAM SCHAFFNER
Major, Medical Corps, Neuropsychiatrist,
Army of the United States