The interest in the life and death of historical figures is not accidental, especially in figures of such a scale as Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. As you know, the leader of the world proletariat died early, before reaching 54 years of age. According to the official version, the cause of such an early death, which was preceded by paralysis, was the most severe pathology of the cerebral vessels.
This time, a group of American neurologists from Sacramento became interested in Lenin's disease. Analysis of the last days of the leader and the published autopsy results gave them reason to assume that he suffered from a rare genetic disease, which caused the organism to mutate and eventually lead to death.
Fossilized cerebral vessels aroused particular interest of scientists. According to the recollections of pathologists who took part in the autopsy, they emitted a specific ringing when struck with tweezers.
A similar effect, according to experts from the United States, was due to the mutated NT5E gene, which could have passed to V.I.Lenin from his father, who also possibly suffered from this disease.