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Clinical diagnoses including dementia, Alzheimer’s dementia, and mild cognitive impairment (MCI) are rendered at each assessment using a 3-stage process involving computer scoring of cognitive tests, clinical judgment by a neuropsychologist, and diagnostic classification by an experienced clinician. A final clinical consensus diagnosis is rendered regarding the most likely clinical diagnosis at the time of death, blinded to postmortem data.
Clinical diagnosis of dementia, AD dementia, and MCI.
|Clinical cognitive diagnosis summary||Clinical diagnosis of cognitive status (Alzheimer's dementia, other dementia, MCI, or no impairment)|
|Age at first Alzheimer's dementia dx||Age at cycle where first Alzheimer's dementia diagnosis was given|
A final clinical consensus diagnosis is rendered regarding the most likely clinical diagnosis after at the time of death. This judgment is made by an experienced neurologist blinded to postmortem data.
|Final consensus cognitive diagnosis||Clinical consensus diagnosis of cognitive status at time of death|
Clinical diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease
|Clinical Parkinson's disease||Diagnosis of Parkinson's disease made by clinician based on clinical review|
Clinical diagnosis of stroke
|Stroke diagnosis||Diagnosis of stroke made by clinician|