Asked by Akashni Johnson on Feb 18, 2024

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What percentage of stroke patients develop cognitive deficits serious enough to qualify for a diagnosis of a neurocognitive disorder?

A) Less than 15 percent
B) About 20 percent
C) About 25 percent
D) Over 30 percent

Diagnosis

Label given to a set of symptoms that tend to occur together.

  • Knowledge of the range of cognitive deficits that can occur after a stroke
  • Awareness of the criteria for diagnosing a neurocognitive disorder
  • Understanding the prevalence of cognitive deficits in stroke patients
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Jerri Martin

Feb 18, 2024

Final Answer :
C