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Background: exact mechanisms underlying cognitive dysfunction in diabetes mellitus (DM) remain unclear. Imaging studies of the brain could help to identify possible structural brain lesions underlying cognitive dysfunction. Objective: to describe a detailed neuropsychological profile in patients...
Background: accurate prognostic assessments of need of help, health and dwelling situation in stroke patients are important for patient management, rehabilitation, discharge planning, and for providing reliable information to patients and their relatives. Objective: to analyse factors affecting...
Background: fall-related injuries in older people are a major public health concern. This study examined the relationship between psychosocial determinants of healthy ageing and risk of fall-related hip fracture in community-dwelling older people. The purpose was to contribute evidence for...
Background: vitamin B12 deficiency is common in the aged, but it is controversial whether only some risk groups should be investigated instead of screening the entire aged population. Objectives: to describe the prevalence of vitamin B12 deficiency in the Finnish aged, and to find out if the...
Background: we evaluated a specialist community-based dementia service to establish whether high quality care was being delivered and the conditions for doing so. The service was in an urban part of Rushcliffe Primary Care Trust, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom. The service comprised an...
Background: atrial fibrillation (AF) is the commonest chronic arrhythmia with a prevalence of 9% in octogenarians and accounts for 24% of the stroke risk in this population. Although trials demonstrate reductions in stroke with warfarin, audit data show that it is still underused. However,...
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