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Table 2 Performances on the FCSRT and the DMS-48 according to the memory profile and demographic characteristics of the different groups

From: Exploring anterograde memory: a volumetric MRI study in patients with mild cognitive impairment

  Group    
Test ABC A1/2 B1/2 C1/2
FCSRT n = 138 n = 50 n = 18 n = 70
 Age 79.1 (5.6) 77.4 (5.5)## 83.5 (6.4)# 79.4 (4.7)
 EL 5.6 (1.5) 5.6 (1.4) 5.5 (1.5) 5.6 (1.5)
 FR 17.1 (8.8) 9.7 (5.7)* 10.5 (2.7)* 24.1 (5.2)
 TR 37.8 (9.7) 28.8 (8.6)** 40.0 (4.1)* 44.8 (2.8)
 DTR 13.0 (3.5) 9.4 (3.3)** 13.8 (2.0)* 15.3 (1.0)
DMS-48 n = 138 n = 36 n = 25 n = 77
 Age 79.1 (5.6) 78.5 (6.3) 79.8 (5.3) 79.4 (5.2)
 EL 5.6 (1.5) 5.6 (1.5) 5.6 (1.3) 5.5 (1.5)
 Set1 43.2 (5.1) 40.9 (4.8)* 35.7 (5.3)* 46.3 (1.6)
 Set2 42.6 (5.4) 36.7 (5.0)* 39.3 (4.7)* 46.2 (1.5)
  1. Data presented as mean (standard deviation)
  2. # Significant difference with P < 0.05 compared with group C1/2
  3. ## Significant difference with P < 0.05 compared with groups B1/2 and C1/2
  4. * Significant difference with P < 0.001 compared with group C1/2
  5. ** Significant difference with P < 0.001 compared with groups B1/2 and C1/2
  6. DMS-48 Delayed Matching-to-Sample—48 items, FCSRT Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test, EL educational level, FR free recall score, TR total recall score, DTR delayed total recall score, Set1 immediate score, Set2 1-hour delayed score