- Increasing difficulty with memory or, in some cases, subtle problems in other cognitive domains, such as language, attention, spatial skills, and problem solving
- Confirmation of impairment on neuropsychological tests, often manifesting as difficulty with learning and delayed recall of information compared with others of the same age and education level; in some cases, memory is normal but is less reliable than it used to be.
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John Growdon, Neurology, answeredA person who has mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is able to carry on daily activities without difficulty, but a particular subset of cognitive skills may be diminished. In particular, someone with MCI may show some of the following signs: