A. Shaddy

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Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) results in a noticeable decrease in cognitive abilities but does not interfere with regular daily functions. Some patients with MCI may be able to return to age-appropriate cognitive abilities, but some will progress to dementia. Clinical interviews, tests and measurements are used to identify and monitor cognitive decline.(More)
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