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G desRosiers, J R Hodges, G Berrios
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the usefulness of standardized neuropsychological tests in the psychometric differentiation of patients with very mild or mild Alzheimer's Disease (AD) and/or major depression presenting in a tertiary clinic with memory/attention complaints. DESIGN: Controlled prospective clinicoexperimental design. SETTING: Multidisciplinary Memory Clinic at Addenbroke's Hospital, Cambridge, England. PARTICIPANTS: Twenty-four patients with a clinical diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease (12 with major depression and 12 without), 12 patients with major depressive illness but without AD, and 12 healthy control subjects, all matched for age, sex, education levels, and estimates of premorbid intellectual potential...
November 1995: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
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