frontal-temporal dementia

frontal-temporal dementia
frontotemporal dementia any of several degenerative conditions of the frontal and anterior temporal lobes that cause personality and behavioral changes sometimes mistaken for those of Alzheimer disease; they may eventually progress to immobility and loss of speech. There is not the memory loss seen in Alzheimer disease, but there is often hyperorality.

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