MMSE

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AcronymDefinition
MMSEMini Mental State Examination
MMSEMinimum Mean Squared Error
MMSEMini-Mental Status Examination
MMSEMulti Media Service Environment
MMSEMultimedia Messaging Service Environment
MMSEMultiuse Mission Support Equipment
MMSEMaster of Manufacturing Systems Engineering (degree)
MMSEMultimission Support Equipment
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Assessments for neuropsychology and QOL were administered first including the Clinical Dementia Rating Scale (CDR), Cognitive Abilities Screening Instrument (CASI), Mini-Mental Status Examination (MMSE), and the WHO Quality of Life-BREF (WHOQOL-BREF).
Modified Mini-Mental Status Examination (3MS) was done along with MMSE and its score was obtained for 100.
Global cognitive function, as determined by The Mini-Mental Status Examination (MMSE), also decreased in both hormone groups, but showed no change among the placebo group.
We found a significant negative correlation for mentation between the Folstein Mini-Mental Status Examination and caregiver burden measures; however, we did not find this association with the Dementia Rating Scale-2.
"The Validation of the Blessed Mental Status Test and the Mini-Mental Status Examination with a Hispanic Population." In Final Report to the National Institute of Mental Health, The Hispanic Alzheimer's Research Project (HARP).
Participants were excluded if they scored less than 27 out of a possible 30 points on the Mini-Mental Status Examination at baseline.
The women who exercised the most over an 8-year period were the least likely to develop cognitive decline, as defined by a decrease of 3 points or more on repeat administration of a modified Mini-Mental Status Examination.
The team administered nine neuropsychologic tests to the workers, including the Mini-Mental Status Examination (which measures different cognitive components), the Wechsler Paired Associates Test of memory, the Benton Visual Retention Test, the Isaacs Set Test (which measures the ability to quickly generate lists of words in different semantic categories), and the Finger Tapping Test (which assesses motor speed).
Mini-mental status examination (MMSE) which is universally valid helps in screening for dementia and grading.
And no cut point on the Mini-Mental Status Examination could be identified below which it was unsafe to drive (J.