Semantic dementia: clinical, radiological and pathological perspectives

@article{Garrard2000SemanticDC,
  title={Semantic dementia: clinical, radiological and pathological perspectives},
  author={Peter Garrard and John R. Hodges},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2000},
  volume={247},
  pages={409-422}
}
Abstract Semantic dementia (SD) is a recently described clinical syndrome characterised by an acquired progressive inability to name or comprehend common concepts, with little or no distortion of the phonological and syntactic aspects of language, and relative sparing of other aspects of cognition, such as episodic memory, nonverbal problem-solving, and perceptual and visuo-spatial skills. The cognitive locus of this syndrome appears to lie in the permanent store of long-term memory… CONTINUE READING

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