Recommend Testing for Patients With Memory Loss

  Patients will ask what they can do for mild cognitive impairment.

Think of it as a step between normal age-related forgetfulness and dementia. Patients notice a memory problem...but it's not serious enough to interfere with their daily life.

Mild cognitive impairment doesn't always end in dementia. In fact, some patients never get worse and up to 30% improve.

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