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However, it is known that in FTD, the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain shrink.

The Mayo Clinic says: “In addition, certain substances accumulate in the brain.

“What causes these changes is usually unknown.

“There are genetic mutations that have been linked to frontotemporal dementia.


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