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Risk factors for cerebral hypoperfusion, mild cognitive impairment, and dementia
Putative risk factors accelerating mild cognitive decline and dementia were correlated with repeated measures of cerebral atrophy, CT, densitometry, perfusions, and cognitive testing amongExpand
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Cerebral blood flow changes in benign aging and cerebrovascular disease
Cross-sectional analysis of CBF values was carried out among 668 volunteers and patients. Subjects were subdivided according to age, gender, and degree of cerebrovascular disease, ranging fromExpand
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Adapting Mini‐Mental State Examination for dementia screening among illiterate or minimally educated elderly Chinese
Illiteracy is prevalent among current elderly Chinese. There are few brief cognitive tests in Chinese designed to screen those possibly demented for more detailed evaluation in a clinical setting.
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Double-blind evaluation of glycerol therapy in acute cerebral infarction.
Abstract A double-blind evaluation of the effects of glycerol administration intravenously for 4 or 6 days in patients with acute stroke was completed in a stroke centre. Fifty-four patients withExpand
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After reaching retirement age physical activity sustains cerebral perfusion and cognition.
Among neurologically normal volunteers approaching age 65 with an option for retirement, a four-year prospective longitudinal study was designed to examine effects of different levels of physicalExpand
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Aging and cerebral vasodilator responses to hypercarbia: responses in normal aging and in persons with risk factors for stroke.
Cerebral vasodilator responses to hypercarbia were tested during inhalation of 5% CO2 in air by normal volunteers with and without risk factors for cerebral atherosclerosis. The results were comparedExpand
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Screening for mild cognitive impairment (MCI) utilizing combined mini‐mental‐cognitive capacity examinations for identifying dementia prodromes
To test correctness of results when combining Mini‐Mental State Examination (MMSE) and Cognitive Capacity Screening Examination (CCSE) for identifying mild cognitive impairment (MCI) amongExpand
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MRI confirms mild cognitive impairments prodromal for Alzheimer's, vascular and Parkinson-Lewy body dementias
OBJECTIVES MRI assessments were correlated with serial Combined Mini-Mental Cognitive Capacity Screening Examinations (CMC). Vascular-MCI (VMCI), Neurodegenerative MCI (NMCI) and Parkinson-Lewy bodyExpand
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Displaced fractures of the hip in children. Management by early operation and immobilisation in a hip spica cast.
Fractures of the hip in children have been associated with a very high rate of serious complications including avascular necrosis (up to 47%) and coxa vara (up to 32%). Over a period of 20 years, weExpand
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Is Mild Cognitive Impairment Prodromal for Vascular Dementia Like Alzheimer’s Disease?
Background and Purpose Individuals with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) are at increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and probably other forms of dementia. Some subtypes of vascular dementiaExpand
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