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Language examination in a woman with nonfluent/agrammatic variant primary progressive aphasia.

Legend: Video shows a 68-year-old woman with nonfluent/ agrammatic variant primary progressive aphasia. Agrammatic and telegraphic speech is evident in response to a simple question (“Why are you here?”) and during picture description. Specifically, the first sentence in her response is clearly agrammatic: “Well, I not say the words.” She also omits and and incorrectly uses is when she describes the couple as: “The mother dad is picnicking.” Also, notice the presumed omission during the final sentence: “The radio is probably music.”

Duration: 2:18

Associated with: CONTINUUM: Lifelong Learning in Neurology. 25(1):101-127, February 2019

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