Preservation of reasoning in primary progressive aphasia: further differentiation from Alzheimer's disease and the behavioral presentation of frontotemporal dementia.

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Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA) is a clinical dementia syndrome characterized by the gradual dissolution of language without impairment of other cognitive domains for at least the first 2 years of illness (M.-M. Mesulam, 1982, 2001). It is difficult to demonstrate the integrity of nonlanguage domains in PPA because most neuropsychological tests of memory… (More)

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@article{Wicklund2004PreservationOR, title={Preservation of reasoning in primary progressive aphasia: further differentiation from Alzheimer's disease and the behavioral presentation of frontotemporal dementia.}, author={Alissa H. Wicklund and Nancy Johnson and Sandra Weintraub}, journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology}, year={2004}, volume={26 3}, pages={347-55} }