MCI patients declining and not-declining at mid-term follow-up: FDG-PET findings.

@article{Pagani2010MCIPD,
  title={MCI patients declining and not-declining at mid-term follow-up: FDG-PET findings.},
  author={Marco Pagani and Barbara Dessi and Silvia Morbelli and Andrea Brugnolo and Dario Salmaso and Alessandra Piccini and Debora Mazzei and Giampiero Villavecchia and S. Anders Larsson and Guido Rodriguez and Flavio Nobili},
  journal={Current Alzheimer research},
  year={2010},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={287-94}
}
Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) not converted to dementia at one to three years follow-up represent a heterogeneous group across studies, by including 'late converters' but also patients without any neurodegenerative disease. We tested the hypothesis that the combination of memory and brain metabolic assessment could identify subgroups of memory decliners (MCI/Decl) and non-decliners (MCI/noDecl) before a long follow-up time is available. From twenty-nine patients with amnestic… CONTINUE READING
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