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Young Onset Cognitive Impairment (YOCI)

Young Onset Cognitive Impairment (YOCI) - What it is

The number of people diagnosed with cognitive impairment has increased in the recent years. At National Neuroscience Institute (NNI), we see approximately 250 -300 new cases per year, and half of them are below 65 years old. With the increasing awareness of cognitive impairment, the number of patients with Young Onset Cognitive Impairment (YOCI) is likely to rise.

What Is YOCI?

YOCI includes mild cognitive impairment and dementia occurring in patients under the age of 65 years.

Young Onset Cognitive Impairment (YOCI) - How to prevent?

Young Onset Cognitive Impairment (YOCI) - Diagnosis

Young Onset Cognitive Impairment (YOCI) - Preparing for surgery

Young Onset Cognitive Impairment (YOCI) - Post-surgery care

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