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Visual impairment and posterior cortical atrophy preceding rapid progressive dementia
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    AD variants posterior cortical atrophy

    Thanks to Dr Kai Ivar M?ller and Dr Svein Ivar Bekkelund for their very interesting case presented regarding Visual impairment and posterior cortical atrophy preceding rapid progressive dementia. Posterior cortical atrophy (PCA) is a neurodegenerative condition regarded as a progressive loss of visual processing skills and other posterior functions. Patients have difficulty integrating visual scenes, locating objects...

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