Vol.  17, no. 4, 2004    article (references)    article (pdf 58 kb)      frontotemporal dementias4th international conferencelund, sweden, april 24–26, 2003editors: arne brun, lund; elisabet englund, lund; lars gustafson, lund; ulla passant, lund; jarl risberg, lund paper relationship between frontotemporal dementia and corticobasal degeneration/progressive supranuclear palsy andrew kertesza, david munozb adepartment of clinical neurological sciences, st. Joseph’s hospital, university of western ontario, london, ont. , canada; bbanco de tejidos para investigación neurológica, universidad autónoma, madrid, spain address of corresponding author dement geriatr cogn disord 2004;17:282-286 (doi: 10. 1159/000077155)    key words frontotemporal dementia corticobasal degeneration progressive supranuclear palsy    abstract progressive supranuclear palsy (psp) and corticobasal degeneration (cbd) were described as separate entities, but prior to that an extrapyramidal variety of pick’s disease was recognized. Subsequently a pathological overlap between these conditions and clinical overlap between frontotemporal dementia, primary progressive aphasia, corticobasal degeneration syndrome and more recently psp was recognized. Initially only the movement disorder had been emphasized, but now the behavioral and language symptoms are considered common. The syndromes of frontotemporal dementia/pick’s disease can be produced by underlying cbd, psp or pick pathology as well as with neural inclusions of the motor neuron disease type. The concept of this overlap has been confirmed genetically finding a similar spectrum of pathology with different tau mutations and even with tau negative pathology, which could be a deficiency of normal tau. The overlap of cbd with psp and both with ppa and ftd allows to consider these relatively rare conditions as part of a more commonly occurring degenerative disease than previously recognized. Copyright © 2004 s. Karger ag, basel    author contacts dr. Andrew kerteszdepartment of clinical neurological sciencesst. Joseph’s hospital, 268 grosvenor streetlondon, ont. N6a 4v2 (canada)tel. +1 519 646 6032, fax +1 519 646 6226, e-mail andrew. Kertesz@sjhc. London. On. Ca    article information number of print pages : 5 number of figures : 0, number of tables : 0, number of references : 62   journal home journal content guidelines editorial board aims and scope subscriptions search in this issue this journal is part of the first subject package of the karger journal archive collection information on packages (pdf) free sample issues for non-native english speakers and international authors who would like assistance with their writing be. viagra online without prescription canadian viagra without a doctor prescription viagra no prescription required viagra without a doctor prescription not scam viagra from cananda without prescription buy viagra without prescription online prescriptions for viagra viagra no prescription viagra buy on line no prescription canada buy viagra online usa no prescription

   

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