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residents have behavior variant FTD or another FTD-related condition, primary progressive aphasia
, according to AFTD.
The language dominant dementias are a subcategory of the frontotemporal lobar dementias specifically called Primary Progressive Aphasias
as well as an Alzheimer's disease variant Logopenic Dementia.