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¹⁸F-THK5351 PET Imaging in Nonfluent-Agrammatic Variant Primary Progressive Aphasia

Yoon CW, Jeong HJ, Seo S, Lee SY, Suh MK, Heo JH, Lee YB, Park KH, Okamura N, Lee KM, Noh Y

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: To analyze 18F-THK5351 positron emission tomography (PET) scans of patients with clinically diagnosed nonfluent/agrammatic variant primary progressive aphasia (navPPA). METHODS: Thirty-one participants, including those with Alzheimer's disease (AD,...
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Frontotemporal Dementia

Jun BS, Park JH

Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is a degenerative disease characterized by the selective frontal and temporal lobe atrophy, and progressive deficits in behavior, executive function, or language. The prevalence and incidence of...
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Clinical Features and Therapeutic Approaches of Frontotemporal Dementia

Lee KJ

  • KMID: 2137453
  • J Korean Geriatr Psychiatry.
  • 2012 Dec;16(2):67-74.
Frontotemporal dementia (FTD), formerly called Pick's disease, is a progressive dementia that is associated with focal atrophy of the frontal and/or temporal lobes. FTD has three major clinical subtypes ;...
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Progressive Nonfluent Aphasia With Ideomotor Apraxia and Rigidity in the Right Upper Extremity

Lee JS, Choi JC, Kang SY, Kang JH

  • KMID: 2065665
  • J Korean Neurol Assoc.
  • 2008 May;26(2):128-132.
A woman developed a slowly progressive speech disturbance at age 51. Three years latter she showed difficulty in calculation, reading and writing. At age 57, she complained of right shoulder...
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Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration

Shin IS

  • KMID: 2334056
  • J Korean Geriatr Psychiatry.
  • 2007 Dec;11(2):55-61.
Frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD) is a progressive dementia with prominent neuropsychiatric features, aphasia or both. FTLD predominantly affects the frontal and anterior part of temporal cortex. FTLD is classified into...
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A Case of Idiopathic Parkinson's Disease Combined with Progressive Nonfluent Aphasia

Kim EJ, Suh MK, Park KC, Jeong Y, Chin J, Lee WY, Na DL

  • KMID: 1585779
  • J Korean Neurol Assoc.
  • 2004 Apr;22(2):152-156.
It is not uncommon for idiopathic parkinson's disease (IPD) to occur concurrently with other degenerative dementing disorders such as Alzheimer's disease. However, there has been no report about the comorbidity...
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