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  • Published in The lancet. Psychiatry 2014

Cognitive and Brain Reserve and the Risk of Postoperative Delirium in Older Patients.

@article{Saczynski2014CognitiveAB,
  title={Cognitive and Brain Reserve and the Risk of Postoperative Delirium in Older Patients.},
  author={Jane S Saczynski and Sharon K. Inouye and Cyrus M. Kosar and Doug Tommet and Edward R. Marcantonio and Tamara G Fong and Tammy T. Hshieh and Sarinnapha M. Vasunilashorn and Eran D. Metzger and Eva Maria Schmitt and David C. Alsop and Richard N. Jones},
  journal={The lancet. Psychiatry},
  year={2014},
  volume={1 6},
  pages={
          437-443
        }
}
BACKGROUND Cognitive and brain reserve theories suggest that aspects of neural architecture or cognitive processes modify the impact of neuropathological processes on cognitive outcomes. While frequently studied in the context of dementia, reserve in delirium is relatively understudied. METHODS We examined the association of three markers of brain reserve (head circumference, MRI-derived brain volume, and leisure time physical activity) and five markers of cognitive reserve (education… CONTINUE READING