Progressive aphasia presenting with deep dyslexia and dysgraphia

@article{Snowden2012ProgressiveAP,
  title={Progressive aphasia presenting with deep dyslexia and dysgraphia},
  author={J. Snowden and J. Kindell and Jennifer C. Thompson and A. Richardson and D. Neary},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2012},
  volume={48},
  pages={1234-1239}
}
Primary progressive aphasia is clinically heterogeneous. We report a patient, alias Don, with a novel form of progressive aphasia, characterised by deep dyslexia and dysgraphia and dissociated access to phonological and orthographic word forms. The hallmarks of deep dyslexia and dysgraphia were present early in the course and persisted over time. Writing was initially poorer than reading, but this reversed over time. There was a lack of concordance between reading and writing errors. Don… Expand
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