Familial progressive aphasia: its relationship to other forms of lobar atrophy.

@article{Neary1993FamilialPA,
  title={Familial progressive aphasia: its relationship to other forms of lobar atrophy.},
  author={David Neary and Julie S. Snowden and David M A Mann},
  journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry},
  year={1993},
  volume={56 10},
  pages={1122-5}
}
Two brothers presented with slowly progressive aphasia. One brother, who became behaviourally disturbed only at the end of his illness, was found at necropsy to have predominant left frontotemporal atrophy. The other brother developed severe behavioural disturbances shortly after the onset of language impairment. His brain revealed bilateral frontotemporal atrophy. In both there was non-Alzheimer's disease pathology with the histological features of loss of large cortical nerve cells… CONTINUE READING
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