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Living with Dementia

Presenile Onset Disease

Frontotemporal Dementia Seen in Elderly

Frontotemporal lobar degeneration, though not common, does exist in elderly patients and has different characteristics than the presenile-onset disease, researchers reported.

Over a 25-year period, so-called elderly FTLD accounted for 3.2% of dementia cases among older patients seen at a regional neuroscience center in England, according to Atik Baborie, MD, of the Walton Centre… Frontotemporal Dementia Seen in Elderly   

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