Pick’s disease with Pick bodies combined with progressive supranuclear palsy without tuft‐shaped astrocytes: A clinical, neuroradiologic and pathological study of an autopsied case

@article{Wang2006PicksDW,
  title={Pick’s disease with Pick bodies combined with progressive supranuclear palsy without tuft‐shaped astrocytes: A clinical, neuroradiologic and pathological study of an autopsied case},
  author={Lu-ning Wang and Ming-wei Zhu and Yanna Feng and Jian-Hua Wang},
  journal={Neuropathology},
  year={2006},
  volume={26}
}
We report clinical, neuroradiologic features, and neuropathologic findings of a 76‐year‐old man with coexistent Pick’s disease and progressive supranuclear palsy. The patient presented with loss of recent memory, abnormal behavior and change in personality at the age of 60. The symptoms were progressive. Three years later, repetitive or compulsive behavior became prominent. About 9 years after onset, he had difficulty moving and became bed‐ridden because of a fracture of his left leg. His… Expand
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