Folstein vs modified Mini-Mental State Examination in geriatric stroke. Stability, validity, and screening utility.

@article{Grace1995FolsteinVM,
  title={Folstein vs modified Mini-Mental State Examination in geriatric stroke. Stability, validity, and screening utility.},
  author={Janet Grace and Jon Nadler and Desir{\'e}e A. White and Thomas J. Guilmette and Anthony J. Giuliano and Andreas U. Monsch and Michael G. Snow},
  journal={Archives of neurology},
  year={1995},
  volume={52 5},
  pages={477-84}
}
OBJECTIVE Two studies were conducted with the Folstein Mini-Mental State Examination (MMS) and the Modified Mini-Mental State Examination (3MS) to examine whether the expanded version is a more useful screening tool in stroke populations. DESIGN Clinical utility of screening tests (MMS and 3MS) was evaluated in reference to neuropsychological performance and functional outcome in rehabilitation. SETTING Medical rehabilitation unit of university-affiliated hospital. PATIENTS Two groups (n… CONTINUE READING

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