Early diagnosis of dementia: neuropsychology

@article{Pasquier1999EarlyDO,
  title={Early diagnosis of dementia: neuropsychology},
  author={F. Pasquier},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={1999},
  volume={246},
  pages={6-15}
}
Abstract Neuropsychology contributes greatly to the diagnosis of dementia. Cognitive deficits can be detected several years before the clinical diagnosis of dementia. The neuropsychological profile may indicate the underlying neuropathology. Neuropsychological assessment at an early stage of dementia has two goals: (a) to determine a memory disorder, not always associated with a memory complaint, and (b) to characterize the memory disorder in light of the cognitive neuropsychology and to assess… Expand
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