ROS, MAP, MARS, Clinical Core, LATC
At the time of death, all available clinical data were reviewed by a neurologist with expertise in dementia, and a summary diagnostic opinion was rendered regarding the most likely clinical diagnosis at the time of death. Summary diagnoses were made blinded to all postmortem data. Case conferences including one or more neurologists and a neuropsychologist were used for consensus on selected cases.
|1||NCI: No cognitive impairment (No impaired domains)|
|2||MCI: Mild cognitive impairment (One impaired domain) and NO other cause of CI|
|3||MCI: Mild cognitive impairment (One impaired domain) AND another cause of CI|
|4||AD: Alzheimer’s dementia and NO other cause of CI (NINCDS PROB AD)|
|5||AD: Alzheimer’s dementia AND another cause of CI (NINCDS POSS AD)|
|6||Other dementia: Other primary cause of dementia|