Mild Neurocognitive Disorder

As described by the American Academy of Neurology, mild neurocognitive disorder, also known as minor cognitive motor disorder (MCMD), represents another mild form of cognitive abnormality that, however, is of sufficient magnitude that there is some impairment in at least one area of life functioning, such as inefficiency at work or management of domestic or financial affairs (Table V). As with asymptomatic neuropsychological impairment, comprehensive neu-ropsychological testing is necessary to establish that there are at least two areas of cognitive function in which performance is at least one standard deviation below that expected for persons of similar age, education, and sociodemographic background.

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