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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1993) 4 (5): 287–293.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
... rated with the Functional Dementia Scale (FDS). The CIB correlated with the caregiver's report on the patient's behavioral disturbances (r = 0.71, p < 0.001) and physical self-maintenance activities (r = 0.62, p < 0.001), but not with cognitive impairment, IADL and the DAFS. The patients showed...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1994) 5 (5): 289–294.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
...D.W.K Kay Comparability in respect of severity of dementia and determination of the nature and degree of disabilities in daily living due to dementia are important in population-based surveys. In physical diseases impairment of a system or organ may be established independently of disability using...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1994) 5 (5): 229–233.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
... and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Alzheimer disease Lipofuscin Neurofibrillary tangles Hippocampus Pyramidal neurons Dementia Original Research...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1992) 3 (5-6): 314–319.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
..., extrapyramidal, and pseudobulbar signs were present in 21, 22 and 7%, respectively, of the total patient sample. Extrapyramidal, but not bipyramidal, signs were significantly related to the degree of dementia (p < 0.05), while pseudobulbar signs were significantly related to the presence of white-matter...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1991) 2 (6): 285–290.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
.... Cerebral amyloid angiopathy Alzheimer's disease Dementia Original Research Articles Dementia 1991;2:285-290 © 1991 S. Karger AG, Basel 1013-7424/91/0026-028 5S2.75/0 Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy in Alzheimer s Disease: Clinicopathological Correlations Oscar L. Lopez3-b. Diana Claassenb c aDepartment...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1991) 2 (6): 291–296.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
... of senile dementia of the Alzheimer type selected from the ZÜrich Study on Dementia. It confirms previous findings that it is possible to differentiate between the norepinephrine neurons of locus ceruleus in normal brain and that in the SDAT for diagnostic purposes and suggests a similar possibility...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1991) 2 (6): 324–332.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
...Hans Basun; Lars G. Forsell; Rutger Bendz; Lars-Olov Wahlund; Lennart Wetterberg; Bengt Winblad Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and serum levels of cobalamin were studied in 35 subjects with dementia and in 7 healthy volunteers with no clinical or family history of dementia. The demented patients were...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1994) 5 (2): 106–109.
Published Online: 24 June 2008
...Artiss L. Powell To study dementia in the extremely aged, I evaluated 40 centenarians with a mean age of 101.6 years (range: 100–107). The group completed 5.8 years of education, on average. Bradyphrenia and bradykinesia were common and most had impaired awareness and concern. The Folstein Mini...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1996) 7 (6): 343–348.
Published Online: 14 October 1996
..., the spontaneous natural killer (NK) cell activity and the NK-induced cytotoxicity after interleukin-2 (IL-2) were studied in healthy elderly subjects and in patients with dementia of Alzheimer type (SDAT) and multi-infarct type (MID). Higher NK cytotoxicity (expressed as total lysis and percent increase...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1996) 7 (5): 279–287.
Published Online: 22 August 1996
... healthy and demented, under the most natural conditions, without disturbing a fragile sleep. Using clinical parameters and a non-disturbing recording method, we evaluated sleep quality in patients with carefully diagnosed dementia and compared the results to a group of healthy subjects between 50 and 70...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1996) 7 (4): 221–225.
Published Online: 28 June 1996
...Peter Johannsen; Jens Erik Just Christensen; Jesper Mai The prevalence of clinical dementia was assessed in three age groups of patients with Down syndrome in the county of Aarhus, Denmark: Group 1: 14-16 years (n = 13), group 2: 23-29 years (n = 34), group 3: 50-60 years (n = 25). Seventy-two (85...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1996) 7 (4): 207–209.
Published Online: 28 June 1996
...Martin Haupt Cognitive deficits are the most important symptoms in the diagnosis of dementia. Changes in noncognitive behavioural areas often go unrecognised at examination or are considered insignificant. These abnormalities, however, contribute most to the caregiver''s burden, interfere...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1996) 7 (2): 69–75.
Published Online: 08 February 1996
...Alberto L. Politoff; Richard P. Stadter; Nancy Monson; Patricia Hass Down Syndrome (DS) subjects develop Alzheimer disease (AD) histopathology before they develop dementia. We compared the resting and flash stimulated electroencephalogram (EEG) of nondemented adult DS and age-matched control...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1996) 7 (1): 53–58.
Published Online: 10 January 1996
... patients with BD and 11 control subjects. The patients with PD were divided into two groups: PD without dementia (nD-PD: n = 18) and PD with dementia (D-PD: n = 11). The D-PD patients showed significantly longer P100 latencies in VEPs compared with the nD-PD patients or controls. The P100 latencies were...