Divergent Longitudinal Propagation of White Matter Degradation in Logopenic and Semantic Variants of Primary Progressive Aphasia.

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BACKGROUND Clinico-pathological distinction of primary progressive aphasia (PPA) can be challenging at clinic presentation. In particular, cross-sectional neuroimaging signatures across the logopenic (lvPPA) and semantic (svPPA) variants are difficult to establish, with longitudinal profiles showing greater divergence. OBJECTIVE Assess longitudinal… (More)
DOI: 10.3233/JAD-150626

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@article{Tu2016DivergentLP, title={Divergent Longitudinal Propagation of White Matter Degradation in Logopenic and Semantic Variants of Primary Progressive Aphasia.}, author={Sicong Tu and Cristian E. Leyton and John R. Hodges and Olivier Piguet and Michael Hornberger}, journal={Journal of Alzheimer's disease : JAD}, year={2016}, volume={49 3}, pages={853-61} }