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OBJECTIVES Accurate, economical identification of cognitive impairment would increase dementia detection and improve care of older patients. DESIGN Analysis of archival neuropsychological data… (More)
The Memory Orientation Screening Test (MOST(®)) is a 29-point scale for identifying and following mild and major neurocognitive disorders in older patients. Previous research demonstrated validity in… (More)
This study found that patients, family members, and even physicians have trouble detecting cognitive impairment. A better bet: routinely administer an objective cognition test.