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More than movement: the importance of the evolution of mild cognitive impairment in Parkinson's disease
  1. Alejandro Bottini Bonfanti
  1. Correspondence to Alejandro Bottini Bonfanti, Neurlogy-Movement Disorders, INEBA, Guardia Vieja 4435, Buenos Aires C1192AAW, Argentina; alejandrobottini{at}

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A correlation between the neuroanatomical–neuropsychological profiles and the progressive mild cognitive impairment (MCI) in Parkinson’s disease (PD)

For a long time, PD has been primarily considered as a motor disorder, but in the last decades, several studies have highlighted the importance of cognitive symptoms and their impact on the quality of life of the patients and their caregivers.1 ,2 That is why the identification of predictors of evolution to dementia in PD (PDD) must be a key research priority.

Although PD-MCI does not substantially affect daily functioning, its detection is important because it may herald the subsequent development …

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