Interrater reliability of extrapyramidal signs in a group assessed for dementia.

@article{Richards1991InterraterRO,
  title={Interrater reliability of extrapyramidal signs in a group assessed for dementia.},
  author={Mark Richards and Karen S. Marder and Karen L. Bell and George Dooneief and Richard P. Mayeux and Yaakov Stern},
  journal={Archives of neurology},
  year={1991},
  volume={48 11},
  pages={
          1147-9
        }
}
Extrapyramidal signs were rated by three neurologists in 20 patients who had either been diagnosed as having probable Alzheimer's disease or who were being evaluated for dementia. In general, good interrater reliability was found for the presence or absence of extrapyramidal signs, although agreement over the presence of some signs was reduced when distinctions between normality and slight departures from normality were required. 

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