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Tijdschrift voor Psychiatrie 49 (2007) 6, 399 - 403

Case report

Frontal syndrome. A patient with a recognisable clinical picture but without a clear aetiology. A case study

B.R. Westra, J.B. Sanders, R.M. Kok

summary
A 63-year-old man presented with behavioural disturbances but had no problems with memory or orientation. We diagnosed a frontal syndrome and we describe the symptoms and the differential diagnosis. The precise aetiology remains unclear, although an infarction of the nucleus caudatus is suspected.

keywords caudate nucleus, differential diagnosis, frontaltemporal lobe, infarction, syndrome