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Conde–Sala JL et al. – In the baseline analysis, the Orientation and Memory subscales showed the highest discriminant and predictive capacity as regards both cognitive decline in the Alzheimer's disease (AD) group and conversion to AD among mild cognitive impairment–Ad patients. This was not affected by age, gender, schooling, or depression.

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