Progressive language dysfunction and lobar atrophy.

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The patterns of language disorder associated with 'progressive aphasia' due to lobar atrophy were compared with the language dysfunction of patients with dementia of frontal lobe type (DFT). The progressive aphasias were characterised primarily by impairment at the structural levels of language: phonology, grammar and semantics, whereas DFT was associated… (More)

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