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Mini mental state examination

Name: Mini mental state examination
Description: Is a neuropsychological assessment of cognitive function that is a widely used for measuring cognitive impairment. Developed in 1975 by Marshall Folstein and his colleagues (Citation)
Abbreviation: MMSE
Has role: Neuropsychological assessment
Super-category: Assessment
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AbbrevMMSE  +
Created1 June 2006  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionIs a neuropsychological assessment of cognitive function that is a widely used for measuring cognitive impairment. Developed in 1975 by Marshall Folstein and his colleagues (Citation)
Has roleNeuropsychological assessment  +
Idbirnlex_2111  +
LabelMini mental state examination  +
ModifiedDate19 March 2014  +
SuperCategoryAssessment  +