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Risk of dementia increases after stroke, and poststroke dementia (PSD) is an important cause of disability in the elderly. The prevalence rates of PSD vary from 12.2% to 31.8% within 3 months to 1 year after stroke, depending on patient populations and the diagnostic criteria used in the numerous studies. Incidence rates of PSD increase with time after the(More)
BACKGROUND Prostatic adenocarcinoma is exceptionally associated with cutaneous lesions. We describe a patient with cutaneous lymphangitis and paraneoplastic ichtyosis related to prostatic cancer. CASE REPORT A 92 year-old man had been treated for five years for a prostatic carcinoma. An angiomatous lesion developed with in 3 months near the right breast.(More)
Semantic dementia (SD) is a syndrome of progressive loss of semantic knowledge for objects and people. International criteria propose that SD be included in the frontotemporal lobar degeneration syndromes, with progressive non-fluent aphasia and frontotemporal dementia (FTD). However, several related syndromes have been defined that clinically and(More)
Aphasia is common in elderly patients in the context of vascular or neurodegenerative disorders. In some cases, aphasia is an isolated symptom, occurring suddenly after a stroke, or developing progressively as a primary progressive aphasia. The diagnosis and treatment are then very similar in older and younger patients. Therapy may be more complicated(More)
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