Prediction of longitudinal cognitive decline in normal elderly with subjective complaints using electrophysiological imaging.

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An extensive literature reports changes in quantitative electroencephalogram (QEEG) with aging and a relationship between magnitude of changes and degree of clinical deterioration in progressive dementia. Longitudinal studies have demonstrated QEEG differences between mild cognitively impaired (MCI) elderly who go on to decline and those who do not. This… (More)

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@article{Prichep2006PredictionOL, title={Prediction of longitudinal cognitive decline in normal elderly with subjective complaints using electrophysiological imaging.}, author={Leslie S. Prichep and E. R. John and Steven H. Ferris and Lisa Rausch and Z. Fang and Robert Cancro and Carol L. Torossian and Barry Reisberg}, journal={Neurobiology of aging}, year={2006}, volume={27 3}, pages={471-81} }