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Cognitive Performance Deficits and Dysgraphia in Alzheimer's Disease Patients
Open Medicine Journal
Agraphia or dysgraphia, observed often in early AD, encompasses a progressive disorganization and degeneration of the various components of handwriting. Methods: Deficits in writing ability, dysgraphia, and the relationship with other measures of cognitive decline were studied in a group of 30 patients, originating from the Lazio region, Rome, Italy, presenting a moderate to relatively severe stage of Alzheimer's disease (AD). Extent of dysgraphia and cognitive performance was compared with adoi:10.2174/1874220301502010006 fatcat:emldcpczofexrpgsp3bdklsu6q