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Apr 6, PDF | The Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE), a brief test to assess cognitive status, It was administered to elderly subjects (aged years) living in three different Italian cities. Download full-text PDF. PDF | Provides a set of normative data on the Mini-Mental State Examination ( MMSE) from a random sample of Ss were selected in 6 Italian cities and in the Republic of San Marino. It is concluded that the MMSE is a convenient tool for the general practitioner, who is often the 1st health Download full-text PDF. Commentary on clinical use of the MMSE and bibliography of research using the MMSE in languages Full list, download pdf, kb, Italian, download pdf, 5kb.


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The adapted version here discriminates spelling of a word backwards was not considered well between those with and without cognitive relevant, as this is not a frequent exercise within impairment, but although no substantial modifi- this population.

Most individuals with a minimal cations were made to the instrument, either to the level of education experience great difficulty in evaluated aspect or procedures, as occurred in performing subtraction.

The practical solu- differences in the meaning of words, and partly tion of giving the maximum score, in some items, to the cultural relevance of some of the items. Like other authors see Table 1 we functioning and those who were impaired.

The is the name for the geographical area in which capacity to repeat these phrases is highly related people live, was useful in evaluating Orientation in to their familiarity. The fourth factor, Naming objects, decided to retain this item as part of the scale. Our internal reliability value 0. It those who would not be able to provide reliable can be argued that some chronic health problems information in an interview on health. However, it amongst older individuals can generate changes is also important when screening for cognitive in their cognitive capacity over short periods of impairment that no cases are missed, since a full time, which could alter diagnosis during the evaluation in the clinical setting will decide the clinical evaluation 2 days later.

However, the final classification, although there may be cost same argument would also be valid for the lay implications as well as worry for those wrongly interviewer.

Of course, an important difference is classified. A second alternative, as proposed in this diagnosis were. Validation is limited by the study, is to adjust the scoring method for those absence of a gold standard with which to compare having a low level of education.

As the objective the MMSE, and this study is no exception Bird of the present validation was the development of a et al.

Standardised Mini-Mental State Examination (SMMSE)

As in other studies, we took the clear, easily applicable and reliable scale to use psychiatric diagnosis as the standard for the for practical purposes in the field, we felt that this MMSE, but this is controversial.

Lowering the cut-off point The correlation between factors and the origi- could result in a greater number of mistakes in the nal concepts proposed by Folstein et al.

Rosselli et al. Addi- number of factors as in our present study. How- tionally, differences in scores after the adjustment ever, our factors are closer to the conceptual proposed were related only to cognitive status and elements proposed originally by Folstein et al.

In this study the association Almost all the items in the Language between low educational level and cognitive section, except the Naming objects, integrated impairment was significant. Colsher, P. Ethical issues in conducting problem despite a low level of education.

Evaluation of cognitive performance is not Woolson Eds. New York: Oxford University part of the research process, to guarantee the Press. However, the evaluation of elderly individuals as Statistical description of the Mini-Mental State Examination for French elderly community resi- a precondition for their participation in research dents.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, , projects is not common.

Use of the process, to determine whether subjects are able to Mini-Mental State Examination MMSE in a consent to and participate, but also in screening community population of mixed ethnicity: Cultural for cognitive problems with research or clinical and linguistic artifacts.

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, , — At the first level Fillenbaum, G. Relationship of health and lems in the early stages and to refer patients for a demographic characteristics to mini-mental state specialized evaluation; now particularly impor- examination score among community residents. Folstein, M. The Mini Mental State Examina- tion.

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Cancer, 53, — Llano, G. Towards community diag- the cognitive state of patients for the clinician.

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Neurology, 38, — Jorm, A. Braekhus, A. The Educational level differences on the mini- Mini-Mental State Examination: Identifying the mental state: The role of test bias.

Psychological most efficient variables for detecting cognitive Medicine, 18, — Journal of the American Lee, E. The modified Mini Mental Geriatrics Society, 40, — State 3MS Examination.

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Back-translation for cross-cul- Psychiatry, 48, — Carlo, A. Estudio de validez del Mini- Soininen, H. Prevalence of dementia and major subtypes in Rosselli, D. American Academy of Neurology, 54, S4—S9. El examen mental abreviado Mini- Magaziner, J. Journal poblacional colombiano. Revista Neurologia, 30, of the American Geriatrics Society, 35, — McDowell, I.

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The informed written consent was obtained from all participants. Materials and procedure Each participant was assessed in a single session structured as follows: first part——administration of MMSE and PMT [8] the min interval between the immediate recall and the delayed recall was filled with the execution of the Raven Progressive Coloured Matrices 47 [14] ; second part——15 min interval to minimize the effects of fatigue; third part—administration of MoCA-Italian version [1, 4].

Neurol Sci Although there is evidence of a higher sensitivity of the word list learning test in detecting memory deficit due to MCI [15—17] and Alzheimer disease [15] than story recall test, we chose to use the latter for decreasing the potential effect of the proactive interference on the memory recall task of MoCA.

This is justified because some studies showed that story recall test is sensitive in distinguishing normal from MCI and AD [16, 18]. Moreover, the story recall test is more ecological than the word list learning test, because it is similar to an everyday meaningful discourse that can be found in a newspaper, television and conversation.

For the MoCA test we searched the best fitting linear regression model that could be used to adjust original scores according to the demographic variables. The simultaneous regression included the variables that resulted significant when considered one at the time: at this stage the effect of each predictor variable was studied partialling out the effect held in common with the other terms of the model.

Taking this model as a basis, we calculated from the raw score an adjusted score, by adding or subtracting the contribution given by each significant concomitant variable in the final correction model. Following this approach, scores can be directly confronted across subjects of different demographic data.

Adjusted scores were then ranked, and by means of a non-parametric procedure [19] we set tolerance limits. In this way we found both the outer and inner one-sided tolerance limits [20]. When a score falls between the outer and inner tolerance limits, no inferentially controlled judgement is possible. Given our sample size, outer and inner tolerance limits were fixed, respectively, on the basis of the values corresponding to the 6th and 18th ranked scores after demographic adjustments.

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To illustrate the raw score adjustment, consider the case of a year-old male with 5 years of schooling.Table 3 reports the correction grid for the most frequent combinations of age and education; intermediate values can be obtained by interpolation or using the original linear models reported in Table 2.

Lowering the cut-off point The correlation between factors and the origi- could result in a greater number of mistakes in the nal concepts proposed by Folstein et al.

For the MoCA test we searched the best fitting linear regression model that could be used to adjust original scores according to the demographic variables. Neurol Sci Although there is evidence of a higher sensitivity of the word list learning test in detecting memory deficit due to MCI [15—17] and Alzheimer disease [15] than story recall test, we chose to use the latter for decreasing the potential effect of the proactive interference on the memory recall task of MoCA.

Consequently, the aim of Table 1. From the clinical evaluation, it was found that Adjusted scores were then ranked, and by means of a non-parametric procedure [19] we set tolerance limits.

For a descriptive presentation of MoCA raw scores according to age and educational level, see Table 5. Composed entirely of the Registration, Orientation to Time, Orientation to Place, and Recall tasks, the point MMSEBV can be used for clinical or research situations that call for a rapid cognitive screener that requires no stimuli for administration.