Yoshitsugu Nakagawa

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Pathological investigation of progressive anterior operculum syndrome has rarely been reported. We describe clinico-pathological findings in a patient with progressive anterior operculum syndrome. A 74-year-old right-handed man had noticed speech and swallowing difficulties 1 year previously. Neurological examinations showed no abnormality other than a(More)
We report a 68-year-old right-handed Japanese woman who had a history of progressive difficulty in understanding speech and naming. Neuropsychological examination presented Gogi (word meaning) aphasia and impairment of semantic memory for some common objects. She also presented acalculia and mild constructional impairment. There was no evidence of(More)
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