Clinical and pathological characterization of progressive aphasia.

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OBJECTIVE The clinical and neuropathological categorization of patients presenting with progressive aphasia is an area of controversy. This study aimed to characterize a large group of progressive aphasic patients from a single center (n = 38), first clinically by case note review, and then pathologically. METHODS Hierarchical cluster analysis of the… (More)

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@article{Knibb2006ClinicalAP, title={Clinical and pathological characterization of progressive aphasia.}, author={Jonathan A Knibb and John Henry Xuereb and Karalyn Patterson and John R. Hodges}, journal={Annals of neurology}, year={2006}, volume={59 1}, pages={156-65} }