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APOE and mild cognitive impairment: the Framingham Heart Study.Academic Article Why?
Are empirically-derived subtypes of mild cognitive impairment consistent with conventional subtypes?Academic Article Why?
Clinical research risk assessment among individuals with mild cognitive impairment.Academic Article Why?
Decreased white matter integrity in neuropsychologically defined mild cognitive impairment is independent of cortical thinning.Academic Article Why?
Destruction of white matter integrity in patients with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer disease.Academic Article Why?
Effect of Pain and Mild Cognitive Impairment on Mobility.Academic Article Why?
Gist-based conceptual processing of pictures remains intact in patients with amnestic mild cognitive impairment.Academic Article Why?
Gray & white matter tissue contrast differentiates Mild Cognitive Impairment converters from non-converters.Academic Article Why?
Lifelong Reading Disorder and Mild Cognitive Impairment: Implications for Diagnosis.Academic Article Why?
Memory for the 2008 presidential election in healthy ageing and mild cognitive impairment.Academic Article Why?
Mild cognitive impairment status and mobility performance: an analysis from the Boston RISE study.Academic Article Why?
Neuropsychological criteria for mild cognitive impairment improves diagnostic precision, biomarker associations, and progression rates.Academic Article Why?
New criteria for Alzheimer disease and mild cognitive impairment: implications for the practicing clinician.Academic Article Why?
New diagnostic criteria for Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment for the practical neurologist.Academic Article Why?
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