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Assessing Cognitive Impairment with a Clock Drawing Test

News   Aug 28, 2018 | Original story sourced from the European Society of Cardiology

 
Researchers Assess Usefulness of Clock Drawing Cognitive Test in Patients with High Blood Pressure

Figure 1: Normal, moderate, and severe cognitive impairment on the clock drawing test. Credit: European Society for Cardiology

 
 
 

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