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Isolated central nervous system Whipple's disease causing reversible frontotemporal-like dementia

Julián Benito-León, Laura F Sedano, Elan D Louis
Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery 2008, 110 (7): 747-9
We report a patient with a syndrome resembling frontotemporal dementia (FTD); however, on further diagnostic testing, the diagnosis was Whipple's disease. Because Whipple's disease is treatable, it should be considered in the workup of patients with a FTD-like behavioural and cognitive syndrome.

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