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Alcohol consumption in the elderly.
For over four thousand years, alcohol has been enjoyed in civilized communities, being prescribed by Egyptian physicians before the pyramids were built, and still available on prescription in NHSExpand
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An investigation of the range of cognitive impairments induced by scopolamine 0·6 mg s.c
The present study was conducted to determine the degree to which impairments in attention accompany the memory deficits produced by scopolamine. Eighteen healthy young volunteers received scopolamineExpand
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The cognitive drug research computerized assessment system in the evaluation of early dementia‐is speed of the essence?
The cognitive drug research computerized assessment system (COGDRAS) was evaluated in 98 unselected Hammer‐smith Hospital Memory Clinic patients (mean age 64.9, range 28‐83 years). They were dividedExpand
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Scopolamine‐induced cognitive impairment as a predictor of cognitive decline in healthy elderly volunteers
There are theoretical grounds for believing that scopolamine‐induced cognitive deficit may be predictive of future cognitive decline. In the present study, 22 healthy elderly volunteers wereExpand
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