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Mild cognitive impairment: Hope for stability, plan for progression
Cleveland Clinic journal of medicine
■ ■ ABSTRACT Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is a common heterogeneous syndrome that in some cases is transitional between normal age-related cognitive changes and dementia. Identifying it early may lead to prompt recognition of reversible causes and allows for timely future planning. This article describes definitions of MCI and its evaluation, differential diagnosis, and management. ■ ■ KEY POINTS MCI that primarily involves memory or multiple domains has a higher risk of progressing todoi:10.3949/ccjm.79a.11126 pmid:23208990 fatcat:277ogn7grjgprkjc3ifgwdame4