Mild cognitive impairment, poor episodic memory, and late-life depression are associated with cerebral cortical thinning and increased white matter hyperintensities

@inproceedings{Fujishima2014MildCI,
  title={Mild cognitive impairment, poor episodic memory, and late-life depression are associated with cerebral cortical thinning and increased white matter hyperintensities},
  author={Motonobu Fujishima and Norihide Maikusa and Kei Nakamura and Masahiro Nakatsuka and H Matsuda and Kenichi Meguro},
  booktitle={Front. Aging Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
In various independent studies to date, cerebral cortical thickness and white matter hyperintensity (WMH) volume have been associated with episodic memory, depression, and mild cognitive impairment (MCI). The aim of this study was to uncover variations in cortical thickness and WMH volume in association with episodic memory, depressive state, and the presence of MCI simultaneously in a single study population. The participants were 186 individuals with MCI (clinical dementia rating [CDR] of 0.5… CONTINUE READING

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