Association of Type 2 Diabetes with Depression, Brain Atrophy, and Reduced Fine Motor Speed in a 60 to 64 year old Community Sample
OBJECTIVE: To examine the relationship of diabetes mellitus to depression, cognition, and structural brain anatomical variables in a 60-64-year-old community-dwelling sample. The authors hypothesized that subjects with Type 2 diabetes are more likely to be depressed, have more brain atrophy, and poorer cognitive function compared with nondiabetic comparison subjects. METHODS: A random sample of 478 subjects aged 60-64 years from a larger community sample were interviewed and underwent physical...[Show more]
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