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Neuroimaging assessment of patients with differing Pick’s disease phenotypes


  • Patterns of atrophy and hypometabolism differ between Pick’s disease (PiD) phenotypes but appear to converge over time.

Why this matters

    Understanding structural and functional abnormalities associated with PiD, and their evolutionary patterns, will further the understanding of disease progression in this disorder, thus improving patient outcomes.

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