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Here is a quick mnemonic “FLUENCY to remember about Agrammatic Primary Progressive Aphasia

This can be valuable for patients as well as medical doctors, nurses & students doing their clinical rounds. You can also find it very useful for med exams like USMLE, MBBS, NEET PG, FMGE, NExT, MCAT & NCLEX exams

Agrammatic Primary Progressive Aphasia : How To Remember Easily ?

  • F: Fluency is consistently low in the agrammatic variant.
  • L: Language comprehension remains intact.
  • U: Usually lacks right hemiparesis or dysarthria.
  • E: Exhibits impaired grammar but intact word comprehension.
  • N: Neuronal loss predominantly occurs in the left inferior frontal gyrus.
  • C: Closely resembles Broca’s aphasia or anterior transcortical aphasia.
  • Y: Yes, may have more profound impairments of grammar.

Mnemonic : FLUENCY

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