Follow-up of mild cognitive impairment and related disorders over 4 years in adults in their sixties: The PATH Through Life Study
Aims: The study aimed to estimate incidence rates of mild cognitive impairment and related disorders, and conversion to dementia. Methods: The data are drawn from the PATH Through Life Study. Baseline assessment in 2001-2002 included 2,551 participants 60-64 years old with 2,222 participating in a 4-year follow-up. Those screened positive with a cognitive assessment received clinical assessment for diagnoses of mild cognitive disorders (MCD) or dementia using established clinical criteria....[Show more]
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|Source:||Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders|
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