cognitively impaired, no dementia

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cognitively impaired, no dementia

, cognitive impairment, not dementia,

CIND

Mild cognitive impairment.
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In the CIND group (n = 14) and moderate AD group (n = 13), the mean age of the patients were 72.
011) before and after intervention in CIND group, indicative of improvement.
In the sub-set of patients with CIND, comparing the scores on these tests before and after the intervention, without a proper control group, we observed improvements in the MMSE and GDS scores.
In the uncontrolled set of data derived from the CIND group, we found no statistically significant differences between endpoint and baseline scores on quality of life, in accordance with another study made with older adults with mild cognitive impairment (30).
Second, the difficulties in forming adequate control group to compare CIND and moderate AD.
6] Nonstandard abbreviations: B12, vitamin B,Z; TC, transcobalamin; holoTC, holotranscobalamin; SALSA, Sacramento Area Latino Study on Aging; 3MSE, Modified Mini-Mental State Examination; CIND, cognitively impaired but not demented; CES-D, Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression scale; OR, odds ratio.
In contrast to previous work [40], we found that CIND subjects in Q1 performed significantly worse on the 3MS and were more frequently assessed by a neuropsychologist as having short-term memory difficulties.
CIND and demented subjects with a PR had significantly lower 3MS scores (CIND cases, 70.
Proportion with PR in CSHA subjects categorized as cognitively normal, cognitively impaired not demented, and demented Normal CIND Dementia (n = 921) (n = 861) (n = 1132) (%) (%) (%) p Palmomental 7.