A biomarker associated with the severity of primary progressive aphasia

The The study included in this summary It has been published on medRxiv.org as a preliminary publication and has not yet been peer-reviewed. main socket High levels of tCr and low glutamate+glutamine (Glx) in the left inferior frontal gyrus (IFG) are associated with increased severity of PPA disease. Brain tCr levels varied between PPA subtypes. … Read more

A biomarker associated with the severity of primary progressive aphasia

The The study included in this summary It has been published on medRxiv.org as a preliminary publication and has not yet been peer-reviewed. main socket High levels of tCr and low glutamate+glutamine (Glx) in the left inferior frontal gyrus (IFG) are associated with increased severity of PPA disease. Brain tCr levels varied between PPA subtypes. … Read more

Queensland Center for Aphasia Research opens, providing treatments and social relationships to patients and their families

In the early 1950s, Bill Bowness’s father had a stroke that completely changed his life, as he lost his ability to speak and much of his mobility. the main points: Aphasia is a language disorder that affects 140,000 Australians In this case, a new research center has opened at the University of Queensland The center … Read more

Five different diseases that attack the language areas of the brain that cause primary progressive aphasia

There are five different diseases that attack language areas in the left hemisphere of the brain that slowly cause progressive impairment of language known as primary progressive aphasia (PPA), according to a new study in Northwestern Medicine. We discovered that each of these diseases affects a different part of the language network. In some cases, … Read more