Robert Bergida

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Brain activations associated with semantic processing of visual and auditory words were investigated using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). For each form of word presentation, subjects performed two tasks: one semantic, and one nonsemantic. The semantic task was identical for both auditory and visual presentation: single words were presented(More)
Seven typical cases of dementia with motor neuron disease (D-MND) are reported. Among 1,000 dementia cases, D-MND was more frequent than Pick's disease, Lewy body disease or Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. D-MND accounted for 30.4% of all forms of frontal lobe dementia (FLD) including FLD and Pick's disease. These data support that this combined syndrome may be(More)
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