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Priming in perceptual identification of pseudowords is normal in Alzheimer's disease. Neuropsychologia, 32, 343-356. , and Corkin, S. (1995). Double dissociation of memory capacities after bilateral occipital-lobe or medial temporal-lobe lesions. Brain, 118, 1129-1148. G. (1998). Controlled and automatic memory process in Alzheimer's disease. Cortex, 34, 427-435. O. (1998). Automatic influences of memory in Alzheimer‘s disease. Cortex, 34, 209-219. D. (2002). Disorders of memory. Brain, 125, 2152-2190.
Understanding clinical features unique to EAD is also important given that this disorder often affects people of working-age, resulting in significant economic consequences to these patients and their families. Typical Clinical and Neuropsychological Features of Alzheimer’s Disease Episodic memory deficits are often the first presenting symptom in patients with AD and can precede other clinical signs and symptoms of dementia by many years . Impairment in visuospatial functions may also occur relatively early in the disease course, including difficulties in becoming oriented to the surrounding environment as well as problems drawing and copying simple and complex figures .
However, clinicians are more likely to misdiagnose EAD patients than those presenting at more typical elderly ages [6, 7], possibly as a result of clinicians being more familiar with the clinical characteristics of the more common later onset AD (LAD) . Currently there is no definitive diagnostic test or biomarker for AD and diagnosis depends solely on clinical findings with pathological confirmation available only after death. Even after death, diagnostic certainty is not always possible as patients may have contradictory clinical and histologic diagnoses .
Alzheimer's Disease Diagnosis and Treatments by Marisa R. Boyd