A score of 11 out of 12 falls within the average range.
A score of 8 out of 8 falls within the average range.
The Comprehension subtest score indicates an inability to consistently perform two-step commands. In the absence of hearing impairment or significant problems with attention, this suggests an acquired language impairment that should be further evaluated.
A score of 1 out of 6 indicates severe spatial-construction disability that needs to be further evaluated both medically and cognitively. Although spatial-construction ability varies widely in the normal population, this score indicates moderate to severe spatial-construction disability.
A score of 10 out of 12 falls within the average range for patients of this age.
This patient has specific areas of impairment: Comprehension, Constructions, Calculations.
The MCI Index is 4, which raises the question of a Mixed Dementia Syndrome and is likely to impact occupational and social functioning. This patient should be further evaluated for treatable causes of cognitive decline.