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CINDCognitive Impairment, No Dementia
CINDCognitively-Impaired-Not-Demented (mental disorder)
CINDChronic Immunological and Neurological Diseases
CINDCentre for Inherited Neuromuscular Disease (UK)
CINDCentral Inspiratory Neuromuscular Drive
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The diagnosis of CIND was established to non-demented elders with neuropsychological evidence of subtle cognitive deficits affecting at least one cognitive domain, in the absence of medical or psychiatric abnormalities and other likely causes of cognitive impairment (21,22).
The remaining 27 patients of the total sample were diagnosed with moderate AD (n = 13) or with CIND (n = 14).
Cases of dementia and CIND were combined into one group and designated as "clinical cognitive impairment" because the numbers of cases within the dementia and CIND groups were deemed too few to permit evaluation of associations within each diagnosis separately.
For analyses of the associations between indicators of B12 status, CES-D score, and clinical cognitive impairment, we combined diagnoses of dementia and CIND into 1 group as the dependent variable.
Matriz de Coeficientes Beta, Ecuaciones USOINT USOIN ET TEC T CREC B 0,187 -0,054 Error (0,055) (0,024) std 3,379 -2,265 T USOINT(1) B 0,524 0,130 Todos los Error (0,202) (0,052) constructor std 2,597 2,502 T CREC B 0,185 -0,053 Error (0,055) (0,024) std 3,348 -2,250 T USOINT (2) B Sin CIND Error 0,487 0,127 std (0,208) (0,053) T 2,335 2,400 CREC B Error 0,186 -0,053 std (0,055) (0,024) T 3,357 -2,234 B USOINT(3) Error 0,561 0,127 Sin CDIR std (0,201) (0,053) T 2,797 2,400 CDIR CIND [R.
The same study found that of those over 85, 38 percent exhibited CIND, while 27 percent exhibited dementia (Unverzagt et al.
This grouping included subjects categorized as having vascular dementia, possible Alzheimer's disease with cerebrovascular disease and CIND from a vascular cause [16].
joint significance tests for the several industry market variables (ASSET/EE, CONCENTRATE, CIND SHIP, and CIND EMPLOY), however, fail to obtain significance in all three equations.
The CIND category was reserved for individuals were not demented but who were not functioning at normal cognitive levels.