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Depression in Vascular Dementia Is Quantitatively and Qualitatively Different from Depression in Alzheimer's Disease
Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders
tia and gender; depression was more prevalent, severer and more retarded and vegetative in VaD than in AD. Abstract Background/Aims: To compare the prevalence and characteristics of depression in vascular dementia (VaD) and Alzheimer's disease (AD) after adjusting for dementia severity and gender. Methods: One hundred and eight pairs of VaD and AD patients matched for dementia severity and gender were assessed. Results: Major depressive disorder (MDD) was more prevalent in the VaD group than indoi:10.1159/000097039 pmid:17114882 fatcat:rcjv3im6zjbvflnf3dg4hhtzju