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What does MMSE stand for?
MMSE stands for Mini-Mental Status Examination
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Excluded from the study were individuals who had been previously diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or vascular dementia, those scoring less than 26 on the Mini-Mental Status Examination, and those with clusters of potential comorbid neurologic, cardiovascular, and psychiatric diseases (Neuropsychology 2010;24:547-62).
The women were scored on a 100-point memory test, called the Modified Mini-Mental Status Examination.
Excluded were individuals who had been previously diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or vascular dementia, those scoring less than 26 on the Mini-Mental Status Examination, and those with clusters of potential comorbid neurologic, cardiovascular, and psychiatric diseases (Neuropsychology 2010;24:547-62).
For years, in fact, we have been using various forms of psychological tests, such as the Mini-Mental Status Examination and Beck Depression Inventory.
Patients were then monitored for signs of delirium using DSM-IV criteria and the Delirium Rating Scale, and for neurocognitive defects using the Folstein Mini-Mental Status Examination (MMSE) and trail-making tests A and B.
A survey showed a sharp decline around 65 years of age; a mean Mini-Mental Status Examination score of 13 was found in the older age group.