Study links failure to name famous faces with early dementia

08/13/2013 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

Being unable to recognize or name famous faces may be a symptom of primary progressive aphasia or early-onset dementia, Northwestern University researchers reported in Neurology. Brain scans linked difficulty recognizing faces with bitemporal cortical atrophy, while trouble remembering names was associated with cortical atrophy of the left anterior temporal lobe.

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