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A Case of Transient Memory Impairment after Acute Left Focal Lateral Putamen ICH with Old Caudate Nucleus Infarction

Choi CW, Lee CN, Park KW

Transient memory impairment can be occurred by many causes. One of them is acute focal brain lesion in strategic site. Caudate nucleus and medial basal ganglia (globus pallidus) are lesion...
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The Influence of Test-Retest Interval on the Significant Change Indices for the K-MMSE

Song M, Kim J, Ryu K, Kim J, Rie J, Kang Y

BACKGROUND: The Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) has been commonly used to measure cognitive change over time. The aim of present study was to investigate the normative rates of change for...
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Anatomical Correlates of Interlocking Pentagon Drawing

Lee ES, Hong YJ, Yoon B, Lim SC, Shim YS, Ahn KJ, Cho AH, Yang DW

BACKGROUND: The interlocking pentagon drawing test, a part of the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE), is a widely used clinical practice to measure visuoconstructional ability of dementia patients. We investigated the...
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Is There the Preventive Effect of COMT-inhibitor on Parkinson's Disease Associated with Dementia?

Lee HJ, Song IU, Kim YD, Cho HJ, Chung SW, Yang YS

BACKGROUND: Elevated homocysteine (hcy) levels are associated with dementia, which is a frequent non-motor symptom of Parkinson's disease (PD). High levels of hcy in PD patients treated with levodopa are...
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A Clinical Significance of High-Sensitivity C-reactive Protein Level in Alzheimer's Disease and Vascular Dementia

Wang MJ, Lim EY, Kim YD, Song IU, Chung SW, Yang YS

BACKGROUND: There is increasing evidence about inflammatory processes in the development of dementia. Therefore, inflammation has been believed to play a pivot role in cognitive decline, Alzheimer's disease (AD), and...
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The Brain MRI and MRA Findings of Patients Who Visited Memory Disorder Clinic in a General Hospital

Lee JH, Lee SJ, Ahn JY, Heo JH

BACKGROUND: With the ageing population, number of dementia patients is on the rise, as well as the public interest. The population who would visit memory disorder clinic will also grow....
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Therapeutic Exercise Strategies in Patients with Dementia

Han EY, Han HJ, Kim H, Kim BR, Im SH

Numerous studies have reported that physical activity and exercise training has beneficial effects in not only healthy elderly individuals, but also patients with mild cognitive impairment and dementia. Although various...
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Vitamin D Deficiency and Cognitive Dysfunction

Moon Y, Han SH

Vitamin D is not a true vitamin but a fat-soluble steroid prohormone that has long been known for its important and diverse role in the biological system. Many studies have...
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