Cognition, language, and clinical pathological features of non-Alzheimer's dementias: an overview.

  title={Cognition, language, and clinical pathological features of non-Alzheimer's dementias: an overview.},
  author={Jamie J Reilly and A. Dominguez Rodriguez and Martine Lamy and Jean Neils-Strunjas},
  journal={Journal of communication disorders},
  volume={43 5},
UNLABELLED There are many distinct forms of dementia whose pharmacological and behavioral management differ. Differential diagnosis among the dementia variants currently relies upon a weighted combination of genetic and protein biomarkers, neuroanatomical integrity, and behavior. Diagnostic specificity is complicated by a high degree of overlap in the initial presenting symptoms across dementia subtypes. For this reason, reliable markers are of considerable diagnostic value. Communication… CONTINUE READING


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