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The recent increase in the older adult population has led to a higher prevalence of cognitive impairment, which is often overlooked in routine health examinations. Citizens aged 50 to 89 years were targeted for this cohort survey by random sampling from the resident registry of a cooperating town in 2014. A total of 413 participants (203 male and 210 female) were enrolled. We analyzed the distribution of cognitive function test scores as determined by Montreal Cognitive Assessment anddoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-861016/v1 fatcat:lo5f76gec5eijf3vd2djnflro4