Cognitive Decline

Some articles on cognitive, cognitive decline:

CCR2 - Clinical Significance
... found evidence of a relationship between expression of CCR2 and cognitive function (assessed using the mini-mental state examination, MMSE) ... with worse performance on the MMSE assessment of cognitive function ... study found that CCR2 expression was also associated with cognitive decline over 9-years in a sub-analysis on inflammatory related transcripts only ...
Radiation Induced Cognitive Decline
... Radiation-induced cognitive decline describes the possible correlation between radiation therapy and mild cognitive impairment ... if radiation therapy inhibits neurogenesis in the hippocampus it would lead to the cognitive decline observed in patients who have received this radiation therapy ...
Radiation Therapy - Side Effects - Late Side Effects
... Cognitive decline In cases of radiation applied to the head radiation therapy may cause cognitive decline ... Cognitive decline was especially apparent in young children, between the ages of 5 to 11 ...
Informant Questionnaire On Cognitive Decline In The Elderly
... The Informant Questionnaire on Cognitive Decline in the Elderly (IQCODE) is a questionnaire that can be filled out by a relative or other supporter of an older person to ... If the person is found to have significant cognitive decline, then this needs to be followed up with a medical examination to determine whether ...
Radiation Oncology - Side Effects - Late Side Effects
... Cognitive decline In cases of radiation applied to the head radiation therapy may cause cognitive decline ... Cognitive decline was especially apparent in young children, between the ages of 5 to 11 ...

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