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White matter hyperintensities (WMHs) are areas of increased signal on FLAIR images
which indicate the presence of small-vessel disease in the brain. They are associated
with increased cognitive deficits in aging as well as Alzheimer’s disease. We investigated
the differences in WMH burden between variants of frontotemporal dementia (i.e. behavioral,
semantic, and progressive non-fluent aphasia abbreviated as bv-FTD, sv-FTD, and pnfa-FTD)
and their relation to cognitive decline.
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