2021
DOI: 10.1590/0004-282x-anp-2020-0123
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Language impairment in the moderate stage of dementia due to Alzheimer's disease

Abstract: Background: During the moderate stage of dementia due to Alzheimer’s disease (AD), language disorder is more evident and it impacts on communication. An overview of language impairment could be helpful to find compensatory communication strategies for these patients. Objective: To identify all language impairments among patients with moderate-stage of AD. Methods: 20 patients diagnosed with probable AD based on the criteria of the NINCDS-ARDRA, with a MMSE score of 13-23 points and CDR=2, who were undergo… Show more

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“…By contrast, in patients with AD dementia, the BEHAV domain was related to the WAB and MMSE scores, and the LANG domain was related to the SRI score. Patients with AD dementia display FBS, and language impairment is generally observed in advanced stages 32,33 . These relationships may have resulted from the parallel changes in these symptoms with disease severity.…”
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“…By contrast, in patients with AD dementia, the BEHAV domain was related to the WAB and MMSE scores, and the LANG domain was related to the SRI score. Patients with AD dementia display FBS, and language impairment is generally observed in advanced stages 32,33 . These relationships may have resulted from the parallel changes in these symptoms with disease severity.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Patients with AD dementia display FBS, and language impairment is generally observed in advanced stages. 32,33 These relationships may have resulted from the parallel changes in these symptoms with disease severity. The CDR ® plus NACC FTLD-GS, -SB, and -LANG showed significant differences among the three evaluation periods, although post hoc analysis showed significant differences only in the CDR ® plus NACC FTLD-SB.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%