Behavioral & Cognitive Disorders
Pre-mild cognitive impairment
Pre-mild cognitive impairment, or subjective cognitive decline, is a self-reported state of cognitive decline that is a transition state between normal aging and mild cognitive impairment. Patients usually complain of memory loss, but some might notice problems with other cognitive domains such as organizational skills, language, or visuospatial function. In most cases, the etiology is presumed to be neurodegeration due to early Alzheimer disease.
Dec. 08, 2020