Do symptoms of memory impairment correspond to cognitive impairment: a cross sectional study of a clinical cohort.

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BACKGROUND Symptoms of memory loss are a common complaint within the general population and a frequent reason for seeking medical advice. However, the clinical relevance of these symptoms to future development of neurodegenerative disease is uncertain. The aim of this study is to characterise a cohort of individuals with symptoms of memory loss and varying… (More)

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@article{Archer2006DoSO, title={Do symptoms of memory impairment correspond to cognitive impairment: a cross sectional study of a clinical cohort.}, author={Hilary A. Archer and Fraser Macfarlane and Stephen J. Price and E. K. Moore and T. Pepple and David M. Cutler and C. Frost and N. C. Fox and M. N. Rossor}, journal={International journal of geriatric psychiatry}, year={2006}, volume={21 12}, pages={1206-12} }