P4‐227: prevalence of subjective cognitive decline in the compostela aging study primary care center cohort: sociodemographic, cognitive and affective profiles

  1. Pereiro, Arturo X. 1
  2. Facal, David 1
  3. Mallo, Sabela C. 1
  4. Campos-Magdaleno, Maria 1
  5. Lojo-Seoane, Cristina 1
  6. Nieto-Vieites, Ana 1
  7. Belleville, Sylvie 23
  8. Juncos-Rabadán, Onésimo 1
  1. 1 University of Santiago de Compostela Santiago de Compostela Spain
  2. 2 Research Centre Institut Universitaire de Gériatrie de Montréal Montreal QC Canada
  3. 3 Department of Psychology Université de Montréal Montreal QC Canada
Alzheimer's & Dementia

ISSN: 1552-5260 1552-5279

Ano de publicación: 2019

Volume: 15

Número: 7S_Part_26

Tipo: Artigo

DOI: 10.1016/J.JALZ.2019.06.3890 GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openAcceso aberto editor

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Subjective cognitive decline (SCD) might represent the earliest point on the continuum of clinical progression to dementia (Jensen et al., 2014). Epidemiological data on Subjective Cognitive Complaints (SCCs) usually vary widely between studies frequently with a range of 25-50% (Jonker et al., 2000). Differences in inclusion-exclusion criteria, recruitment source and measurement procedures might explain this variability (Luck et al., 2018) and possibly also interfere with the relationship found with the associated factors. Our aim was to determine the prevalence and profile of SCD in the Compostela Aging Study (CAS), a longitudinal cohort of patients attending primary care centers of Galicia, Spain.