Cherbuin, Nicolas; Réglade-Meslin, Chantal; Kumar, Rajeev; Sachdev, Perminder; Anstey, Kaarin
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Defining how brain structures differ in pre-clinical dementia is important to better understand the pathological processes involved and to inform clinical practice. The aim of this study was to identify significant brain correlates (volume and asymmetry in volume) of mild cognitive disorders when compared to normal controls in a large community-based sample of young-old individuals who were assessed for cognitive impairment. METHODS Cortical and sub-cortical volumes were...[Show more]
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