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Early Detection of White Matter Changes with Cognitive Decline in Parkinson's Patients
International Neuropsychiatric Disease Journal
Objective: The aim of this study was to detect changes in white matter in patients with Parkinson's disease applied by diffusion tensor imaging to predict cognitive impairment. Methods: Montreal cognitive assessment was applied to 50 Parkinson's disease patients to confirm cognitive decline (M: F = 41:9; age: 62.72±9.07 years) and to 20 Parkinson's disease patients with no cognitive impairment as a control (M: F =13:7; age 58.95±11.22). All patients underwent disease severity testing by usingdoi:10.9734/indj/2022/v17i430208 fatcat:gjhrirmtirh6dhfpvwo6pz4cji