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A Study on Negative Emotion and Ischemic Score in Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment

DENG Ling-long,HU Jun.Department of Neurology,Nanjing Mochou Vocational School,Nanjing 210000,China  
Objective:To explore relationship between negative emotion and ischemic score in patients with mild cognitive impairment(MCI).Methods:Ninety-eight MCI patients and 98 normal controls were evaluated with Self-rating Depression Scale of Zung(SDS)、Self-rating Anxiety Scale of Zung(SAS)and Hachinski Ischemic Score(HIS).Results:Depression and anxiety were very common in the MCI patients.The scores of SDS and SAS were significantly increased in the patients.The HIS score of MCI patients was significantly higher than that of the controls.There is a correlation between the scores of SDS,SAS and HIS score.Conclusion:Negative emotion was very common in patients with MCI.Chronic ischemia may be a highly risky factor of MCI.Severity of depression and anxiety was closely related to ischemia.
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