Prevalence of mild cognitive impairment subtypes in patients attending a memory outpatient clinic—comparison of two modes of mild cognitive impairment classification. Results of the Vienna Conversion to Dementia Study

By Gisela Pusswald, Doris Moser, Andreas Gleiß, Stefan Janzek-Hawlat, Eduard Auff, Peter Dal-Bianco, Johann Lehrner Abstract: Background: Early detection of dementia is becoming more and more important owing to the advent of pharmacologic treatment.Objective: The goals of this study were to establish prevalence of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) subtypes in an outpatient memory clinic cohort using two different modes of MCI determination.Design: Consecutive patients complaining Read & Research Alzheimer’s More

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