cognitively impaired, no dementia

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cognitively impaired, no dementia

, cognitive impairment, not dementia,

CIND

Mild cognitive impairment.
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The prevalence of dementia was 35.3%; of the nondemented patients, 43% met the criteria for CIND. The team found that 35.7% of cases were misclassified by at least one test, 13.4% by two, and 1.7% by all three.
The total sample consisted of 97 older adults with various degrees of cognitive complaints, ranging from cognitive impairment without dementia (CIND) to mild and moderate dementia due to AD.
L'image creee sur le couple qu'ils forment est importante pour lui: <<JUPIN DUMITRACHE: Eu am ambit, domnule, cind e vorba la o adica de onoarea mea de familist ...>> (Ibidem: 22).
In this stage, the feature vectors extracted from the previous stage were classified into three categories, namely, CIND, MCI, and dementia.
Adevarul absolut exista, dar este neconventional, adica nelimitat, astfel ca el nu se mai poate conventionaliza, recunoaste, la fel ca si noi cind trecem in neconnventional, noi ca existenta sau studiind limitele existentei altor entitati.
Now, at least for one night, Cind S erella is going to the ball.
Colombo, July 4 -- Central Industries PLC (CIND) has recently said that the company is looking for 1 to 2 acres of buildable land near Colombo.
Clinical cognitive impairment was defined as either demented or cognitively impaired but not demented (CIND) and was diagnosed based on neuropsychological test scores, mental status examination, the Informant Questionnaire on Cognitive Decline in the Elderly (23 ), medical history, and neurologic examination.
DARLINGTON Mowden Park we nt agonisingly close to joining Tynedale in earning promotion to National Two in the weekend's vital play-off against Cind erfo rd, but lost out by one point 15-14.
The injury lead to a 20 minute hold-up as the Cind as substitutes at the start of theerford man was treated on the pitch before being taken away in an ambulance.