Abstract| Volume 283, ISSUE 1-2, P290, August 15, 2009

Mild cognitive impairment, vascular risk and cognition

      Background and aims: Individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) are at increased risk for conversion to dementia. The identification of factors contributing to this risk is of significant interest. Vascular risk factors are associated with increased dementia risk in healthy individuals. However, relatively little is known about differences in cognitive performance based on vascular risk factors within people with MCI. This study compared cognition in individuals with amnestic MCI based on the presence of vascular risk factors.
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