Human head and neck Primary progressive aphasia

Common dementia diagnoses diagnostic criteriaCommon dementia diagnoses diagnostic criteria
Dementia: Decline in function from a previous level that is not explained by delirium or major psychiatric disorder. Must impact daily or work function. Requires impairment of a minimum of two of the following domains. Primary progressive aphasia
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Appendix e-1 cbd and cbsAppendix e-1 cbd and cbs
Preliminary studies using specialized volumetric and modelling techniques also suggest that defined neurodegeneration patterns and rates of progression may eventually be used to distinguish between cbd and psp. Primary progressive aphasia
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Supplemental data Methods e-1 SubjectsSupplemental data Methods e-1 Subjects
Six patients (case 1-4, 10 and 11) were included in the nonfluent progressive aphasia (nfpa) group in our 2004 report1. Finally speech characteristics of eight nfvppa patients. Primary progressive aphasia
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Joshua Troche, Ph. D., Ccc-slp contactJoshua Troche, Ph. D., Ccc-slp contact
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders 2015-Present. Primary progressive aphasia
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Vita malcolm R. McNeil, Ph. DVita malcolm R. McNeil, Ph. D
B. S. Degree, Northern Michigan University. Health, Physical Education and Recreation; 1969. Primary progressive aphasia
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Learn aboutLearn about
The National Institute on Aging (nia) and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (ninds) are part of the National Institutes of Health. Primary progressive aphasia
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Frontotemporal Dementia (ftd) Clinical Data Elements (cde)Frontotemporal Dementia (ftd) Clinical Data Elements (cde)
Primary progressive aphasia
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Appendix A. Search Strategy for Systematic ReviewAppendix A. Search Strategy for Systematic Review
Primary progressive aphasia
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Table of Contents Section I. Basic considerationsTable of Contents Section I. Basic considerations
Medical Aspects of Stroke Rehabilitation 42 Anthony G. Mlcoch and E. Jeffrey Metter. Primary progressive aphasia
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Current positionsCurrent positions
Fluent in English (native speaker), Dutch, French; facility in German, Spanish, Danish. Primary progressive aphasia
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The 45 th Annual Meeting of the Academy of AphasiaThe 45 th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia
Syntactic and thematic constraint effects on bold signal correlates of comprehension of relative clauses. Primary progressive aphasia
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14: 30 Lunch & Registration 14: 30 – 16: 30 Symposium14: 30 Lunch & Registration 14: 30 – 16: 30 Symposium
The 46th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia, Turku, Finland 19th – 21st October 2008. Primary progressive aphasia
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