The analysis of patients with the semantic subtype of primary progressive aphasia
, which is associated with marked temporopolar atrophy, revealed much more pronounced impairments of naming and matching.
This form of Alzheimer's disease, a logopenic primary progressive aphasia
, is very similar to the language variant of frontotemporal dementia (primary progressive aphasia
Terry, 74, has primary progressive aphasia
, a form of dementia which robs sufferers of the ability to communicate.
Welsh-born Jones has primary progressive aphasia
, a form of dementia that affects his ability to communicate.
Jones has been diagnosed with primary progressive aphasia
, a type of dementia, that affects his ability to communicate.
These include nonfluent and semantic variants of primary progressive aphasia
and a third behavioral variant.
A spokesman for the comedian said: "Terry has been diagnosed with primary progressive aphasia
, a variant of frontotemporal dementia.
Alzheimer's disease, Alzheimer's disease variants, Primary Progressive Aphasia
, Behavioral Variant-Frontotemporal Dementia, or Parkinsonism diseases) can be applied based on characteristics of the disease (Table 1).
Now fighting primary progressive aphasia
- a form of cognitive impairment - he decides to take up the baton once more.
residents have behavior variant FTD or another FTD-related condition, primary progressive aphasia
, according to AFTD.
Clinical Perspectives on Primary Progressive Aphasia
It broke down this way: Around 8 percent of those with Alzheimer's disease, 20 percent of those with Huntington's disease and 27 percent of those with a type of progressive aphasia
had run-ins with the law.