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Data GroupSubGroupNameCOLLECTION PROTOCOLLabelFmtValuesProtocol StartProtocol Stop
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing block_design KUPsychomet Block Design (0-68) 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 Other problem, 98 Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing SRT_trial2_cued KUPsychomet Selective Reminding Test, Trial 2 Cued Recall (0-16) 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 Other problem, 98 Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing SRT_trial2_free KUPsychomet Selective Reminding Test, Trial 2 Free Recall (0-16) 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 Other problem, 98 Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing SRT_trial3_cued KUPsychomet Selective Reminding Test, Trial 3 Cued Recall (0-16) 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 Other problem, 98 Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing SRT_trial3_free KUPsychomet Selective Reminding Test, Trial 3 Free Recall (0-16) 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 Other problem, 98 Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing Stroop_color_naming KUPsychomet Stroop Color Naming (unlimited) 995 = Physical problem,996 = Cognitive/behavior problem,997 = Other problem,998 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing Stroop_interference KUPsychomet Stroop Interference Task Total (unlimited) 995 = Physical problem,996 = Cognitive/behavior problem,997 = Other problem,998 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing Stroop_word_reading KUPsychomet Stroop Word Reading (unlimited) 995 = Physical problem,996 = Cognitive/behavior problem,997 = Other problem,998 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing WAIS UDS2 8a. Digit Symbol Substitution Test (WAIS) Total number of items correctly completed in 90 seconds (0-93) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing ANIMALS UDS2_3 6a.(7a) Animals - Total number of animals named in 60 seconds (0-77) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing CRAFTDRE UDS3 9b. Total Craft story units recalled, paraphrase scoring (0-25) 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing BOSTON UDS2 10a. Total Score (0-30) see Key 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 Other problem, 98 Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing CRAFTDVR UDS3 9a. Total Craft story units recalled, verbatim scoring (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98, and SKIP TO 10a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing CRAFTURS UDS3 3b. Total Craft story units recalled, paraphrase scoring (0-25) 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing CRAFTVRS UDS3 3a. Total Craft story units recalled, verbatim scoring (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98, and SKIP TO 4a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing DIGBACCT UDS3 6a. Number Span Test, Number of correct trials (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98, and SKIP TO 7a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing DIGFORCT UDS3 5a. Number Span Test, Number of correct trials (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98, and SKIP TO 6a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing MEMUNITS UDS2_3 9a. Total number of story units recalled (0-25) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing MINTTOTS UDS3 11a. Total score (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98) and SKIP TO 12a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing MOCATOTS UDS3 1f. MoCA Total Raw Score - UNCORRECTED (Not corrected for education or visual/hearing impairment) (Enter 88 if any of following items not administered: 1g-1l, 1n-1t, 1w-1bb) 88 = item not administered x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing TRAILA UDS2_3 7a.(8a) Part A- Total number of seconds to complete (if not finished by 150 seconds, enter 150) (0-150) see Key 2 995 = Physical problem,996 = Cognitive/behavior problem,997 = Other problem,998 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing TRAILB UDS2_3 7b. (8b) Part B- Total number of seconds to complete (if not finished by 300 seconds, enter 300) (0-300) see Key 2 995 = Physical problem,996 = Cognitive/behavior problem,997 = Other problem,998 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing DIGIB UDS2 5a. Digit Span Test, Total number of trials correct prior to two consecutive errors at the same digit length (0-12) see Key 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 Other problem, 98 Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing UDSBENTC UDS3 4a. Benson Complex Figure, Total score for copy of Benson figure (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing UDSBENTD UDS3 10a. Benson Complex Figure, Total score for drawing of Benson figure following 10- to 15-minute delay (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98) and SKIP TO 11a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing UDSVERFC UDS3 12a. Number of correct F-words generated in 1 minute (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98) and SKIP TO 12d.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing UDSVERLC UDS3 12d. Number of correct L-words generated in 1 minute (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98) and SKIP TO 13a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing VEG UDS2_3 6b.(7b) Vegetables - Total number of vegetables named in 60 seconds (0-77) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing DIGIF UDS2 4a. Digit Span Test, Total number of trials correct prior to two consecutive errors at the same digit length (0-12) see Key 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 Other problem, 98 Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing LOGIMEM UDS2 3b. Total number of story units recalled from this current test administration (0-25) see Key 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 Other problem, 98 Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing ltr_numbr_sequencing KUPsychomet Letter Number Sequencing (0-21) 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 Other problem, 98 Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing MMSE UDS2 1d. Total MMSE score (using D-L-R-O-W) (0-30) see Key 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 Other problem, 98 Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing SRT_trial1_cued KUPsychomet Selective Reminding Test, Trial 1 Cued Recall (0-16) 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 Other problem, 98 Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Cognitive Testing SRT_trial1_free KUPsychomet Selective Reminding Test, Trial 1 Free Recall (0-16) 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 Other problem, 98 Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Demographics EDUC UDS2_3 14. Subjects years of education (report achieved level using the codes below- if an attempted level is not completed, enter the number of years attended). High school/GED = 12, Bachelors degree = 16, Masters degree = 18, Doctorate = 20 years (99=Unknown) 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Demographics HISPANIC UDS2_3 9. Does the subject report being of Hispanic/Latino ethnicity (i.e. having origins from a mainly Spanish-speaking Latin American country), regardless of race? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Demographics MARISTAT UDS2_3 19. Subjects current marital status 1 Married,2 Widowed,3 Divorced,4 Separated,5 Never married (or marriage was annulled),6 Living as married,8 Other (specify),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Demographics MARISTAX UDS2_3 specify subjects current marital status - x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Demographics NACCage NACC Subjects age at visit - x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Demographics NACCNIHR NACC Derived NIH race definitions , NACC derived variable v3 1 White, 2 Black or African American, 3 American Indian or Alaska Native, 4 Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, 5 Asian, 6 Multiracial, 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Demographics PRIMLANG UDS2_3 13. Subjects primary language 1 English,2 Spanish,3 Mandarin,4 Cantonese,5 Russian,6 Japanese,8 Other primary language (specify),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Demographics RACE UDS2_3 10. What does subject report as his/her race? 1 White,2 Black or African American,3 American Indian or Alaska Native,4 Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander,5 Asian,50 Other (specify),99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Demographics SEX UDS2_3 8. Subjects sex 1 Male,2 Female x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics CDRGLOB UDS2_3 8. Clinical Dementia Rating (CDR)--Global score 0 No impairment,0.50.5 Questionable impairment,1 Mild impairment,2 Moderate impairment,3 Severe impairment x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics CDRSUM UDS2_3 7. Clinical Dementia Rating (CDR)--Sum of boxes - x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics NACCalzd NACC Presumptive etiologic diagnosis of the cognitive disorder, Alzheimer?s disease 0 No (assumed assessed and found not present), 1 Yes, 8 No cognitive impairment x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics NACCalzp NACC Primary, contributing, or non-contributing cause of observed cognitive impairment, Alzheimer?s disease (AD) 1 Primary, 2 Contributing, 3 Non-Contributing, 7 Cognitively impaired but not AD diagnosis, 8 Diagnosis of normal cognition x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics NACCetpr NACC Primary Etiologic Diagnosis 1 = Alzheimer?s disease (AD), 2 = Lewy body disease (LBD), 3 = Multiple system atrophy (MSA), 4 = Progressive supranuclear, palsy (PSP), 5 = Corticobasal degeneration (CBD), 6 = FTLD with motor neuron disease (e.g., ALS), 7 = FTLD, other, 8 = Vascular brain injury or vascular dementia including stroke, 9 = Essential tremor, 10 = Down syndrome, 11 = Huntington?s disease, 12 = Prion disease (CJD, other), 13 = Traumatic brain injury (TBI), 14 = Normal-pressure hydrocephalus (NPH), 15 = Epilepsy, 16 = CNS neoplasm, 17 = Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), 18 = Other neurologic, genetic, or infectious condition, 19 = Depression, 20 = Bipolar disorder, 21 = Schizophrenia or other psychosis, 22 = Anxiety disorder, 23 = Delirium, 24 = Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), 25 = Other psychiatric disease, 26 = Cognitive impairment due to alcohol abuse, 27 = Cognitive impairment due to other substance abuse, 28 = Cognitive impairment due to systemic disease or medical illness, 29 = Cognitive impairment due to medications, 30 = Cognitive impairment for other specified reasons (i.e., written-in values), 88 = Not applicable, not cognitively impaired, 99 = Missing/unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics NACCidem NACC Incident dementia during follow-up visit 0 = Did not progress to dementia, 1 progressed to dementia, 8 initial visit only or diagnosed with dementia at initial visit x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics NACCmcia NACC MCI domain affected ? attention 0 No, 1 Yes, 8 Not diagnosed with MCI x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics NACCmcie NACC MCI domain affected ?executive function 0 No, 1 Yes, 8 Not diagnosed with MCI x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics NACCmcii NACC Incident Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) during follow-up visit 0 Did not progress to MCI, 1 progressed to MCI, 8 Initial visit only, or had a diagnosis of MCI or dementia at initial visit or progressed directly to dementia x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics NACCmcil NACC MCI domain affected ?language 0 No, 1 Yes, 8 Not diagnosed with MCI x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics NACCmciv NACC MCI domain affected ?visuospatial 0 No, 1 Yes, 8 Not diagnosed with MCI x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics NACCnorm NACC Normal cognition at all visits to date 0 Had a diagnosis other than normal cognition (impaired but not MCI, MCI or dementia) for at least one UDS visit, 1 Normal cognition at all UDS visits x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics NACCtmci NACC 5a.-5d. (4a-4d.) Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) type 1 Amnestic MCI- single domain, 2 Amnestic MCI- multiple domain, 3 Non-amnestic MCI- single domain, 4 Non-amnestic MCI- multiple domain, 8 No diagnosis of MCI x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Diagnostics NACCudsd NACC Cognitive status at UDS visit (D1 UDS3 2.,3.,5. UDS2 2.,3.,4.) 1 Normal cognition, 2 Impaired-not-MCI, 3 MCI, 4 Dementia x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Family History A3 NACCdad NACC Father with cognitive impariment 0 no report of cognitive impairment, 1 Father reported as cognitively impaired, 9 unknown, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Family History A3 NACCfam UDS2_3 Indicator of first-degree family member with cognitive impairment 0 None reported, 1 Report of at least 1 first-degree family member with cognitive impairment, 9 Unknown, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Family History A3 NACCfam UDS2_3 Indicator of first-degree family member with cognitive impairment null x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Family History A3 NACCmom NACC Mother with cognitive impariment 0 no report of cognitive impairment, 1 Mother reported as cognitively impaired, 9 unknown, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Imaging, Specimens ampet KU_Imaging Amyloid PET scan 1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Imaging, Specimens ctscan KU_Imaging CT scan 1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Imaging, Specimens fdgpet KU_Imaging FDG-PET scan 1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Imaging, Specimens smri KU_Imaging Research structural MRI 1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Imaging, Specimens taupet KU_Imaging Tau PET scan 1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Imaging, Specimens NACCapoe NACC APOE Genotype Combination 1 = e3/e3, 2 = e3/e4, 3 = e3/e2, 4 = e4/e4,5 = e4/e2, 6 = e2/e2, 9 = Missing/unknown/not assessed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCPDMD NACC current use of an antiparkinson agent 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCVASD NACC current use of a vasodilator 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History QUITSMOK UDS2_3 5) If subject quit smoking, specify age when last smoked (i.e., quit) (888 = N/A, 999 = Unknown) 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History TOBAC30 UDS2_3 1) Has subject smoked within last 30 days? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History ALCFREQ UDS3 1g. During the past three months, how often did the subject have at least one drink of any alcoholic beverage such as wine, beer, malt liquor, or spirits? 0 Less than once a month,1 About once a month,2 About once a week,3 A few times a week,4 Daily or almost daily,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History ALCOCCAS UDS3 1f. In the past three months, has the subject consumed any alcohol? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History ANXIETY UDS3 7e. Anxiety 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History CANCER UDS3 1. Cancer (excluding non-melanoma skin cancer), primary or metastatic 0 No (SKIP TO QUESTION 2),1 Yes, primary/non-metastatic,2 Yes, metastatic,8 Not assessed (SKIP TO QUESTION 2) x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History CBSTROKE UDS2_3 a. Stroke 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History CBTIA UDS2_3 b. Transient ischemic attack (TIA) 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History CVPACDEF UDS3 2e. Pacemaker and/or defibrillator 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History CVPACE UDS2 e. Pacemaker 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
AllCommonly Used Medical History DEP2YRS UDS2 6a.(7d1) Active within past 2 years 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
AllCommonly Used Medical History DIABET UDS3 2. Diabetes 0 No,1 Yes, Type I,2 Yes, Type II,3 Yes, other type(diabetes insipidus, latent autoimmune diabetes/type 1.5, gestational diabetes),9 Not assessed or unknown x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History HYPCHOL UDS3 8. Hypercholesterolemia 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History HYPERTEN UDS2_3 5a.(5b) Hypertension 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History MYOINF UDS3 3. Myocardial infarct 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCAAAS NACC current use of an antiadrenergic agent 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCAANX NACC current use of Antianxiolytic, sedative, or hypnotic medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCAC NACC current use of an anticoagulant or antiplatelet agent 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCACEI NACC current use of an angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCADEP NACC current use of Antidepressant medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCADMD NACC current use of Alzheimers disease medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCAHTN NACC current use of Antihypertensive medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCAMD NACC Total number of medications reported at each visit -4 Did not complete medications form x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCANGI NACC current use of an angiotensin II inhibitor 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCAPSY NACC current use of Antipsychotic medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCBETA NACC current use of a beta-adrenergic blocking agent (Beta-Blocker) 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCCCBS NACC current use of a calcium channel blocking agent 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCDBMD NACC current use of Diabetes medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCDIUR NACC current use of a diuretic 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCEMD NACC current use of estrogen hormone therapy 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCEPMD NACC current use of estrogen + progestin hormone therapy 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCHTNC NACC current use of an antihypertensive combination therapy 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCLIPL NACC current use of Lipid lowering medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Medical History NACCNSD NACC current use of Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Neuropsychiatric Tests GDS UDS2_3 16. Sum all circled answers for a Total GDS Score (maximum score = 15) (did not complete = 88) 88 Did not complete x21Aug2015 present
AllCommonly Used Physical Assessment BPDIAS UDS2_3 3b. Diastolic BP 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Physical Assessment BPSYS UDS2_3 3a. Systolic BP 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Physical Assessment HRATE UDS2_3 4. Subject resting heart rate (pulse) (999=unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Physical Assessment NACCbmi NACC Body mass index (BMI) 888.8 Unknown/Not Assessed, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
AllCommonly Used Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Eppworth_score Eppwth Eppworth Sleepiness Score - x15Jul2015 present
AllCommonly Used Physical Function, Activity, Sleep PSQI_total PSQI Pittsb Sleep Quality total score - x15Jul2015 present
AllCommonly Used Physical Function, Activity, Sleep mean_daily_steps KU Actigraph Average steps per day for days entered - x21Aug2015 present
AllCommonly Used Physical Function, Activity, Sleep mean_sleep_minutes KU Actigraph Average total sleep time per night in minutes for nights entered - x21Aug2015 present
Cognitive Testing Benson Complex Figure UDSBENRS UDS3 10b. Benson Complex Figure, Recognized original stimulus from among four options? 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Benson Complex Figure UDSBENTC UDS3 4a. Benson Complex Figure, Total score for copy of Benson figure (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Benson Complex Figure UDSBENTD UDS3 10a. Benson Complex Figure, Total score for drawing of Benson figure following 10- to 15-minute delay (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98) and SKIP TO 11a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Block Design block_design KUPsychomet Block Design (0-68) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Boston Naming Test (BNT) BOSTON UDS2 10a. Total Score (0-30) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Cognitive Testing Category Fluency ANIMALS UDS2_3 6a.(7a) Animals - Total number of animals named in 60 seconds (0-77) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Category Fluency VEG UDS2_3 6b.(7b) Vegetables - Total number of vegetables named in 60 seconds (0-77) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Craft Story CRAFTCUE UDS3 9d. Craft Story, Cue (boy) needed 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Craft Story CRAFTDRE UDS3 9b. Total Craft story units recalled, paraphrase scoring (0-25) 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Craft Story CRAFTDTI UDS3 9c. Craft Story, Delay time (minutes) (99=Unknown) 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Craft Story CRAFTDVR UDS3 9a. Total Craft story units recalled, verbatim scoring (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98, and SKIP TO 10a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Craft Story CRAFTURS UDS3 3b. Total Craft story units recalled, paraphrase scoring (0-25) 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Craft Story CRAFTVRS UDS3 3a. Total Craft story units recalled, verbatim scoring (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98, and SKIP TO 4a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Digit Span Test DIGIB UDS2 5a. Digit Span Test, Total number of trials correct prior to two consecutive errors at the same digit length (0-12) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Cognitive Testing Digit Span Test DIGIBLEN UDS2 5b. Digit Span Test, Digit span backward length (0-7) seek Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Cognitive Testing Digit Span Test DIGIF UDS2 4a. Digit Span Test, Total number of trials correct prior to two consecutive errors at the same digit length (0-12) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Cognitive Testing Digit Span Test DIGIFLEN UDS2 4b. Digit Span Test, Digit span forward length (0-8) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Cognitive Testing Digit Symbol Substitution Test (WAIS) WAIS UDS2 8a. Digit Symbol Substitution Test (WAIS) Total number of items correctly completed in 90 seconds (0-93) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Cognitive Testing Letter Number Sequencing ltr_numbr_sequencing KUPsychomet Letter Number Sequencing (0-21) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Logical Memory LOGIMEM UDS2 3b. Total number of story units recalled from this current test administration (0-25) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Cognitive Testing Logical Memory LOGIPREV UDS2 1) Total score from the previous test administration (0-25, 88 = N/A) 88 NA x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Cognitive Testing Logical Memory MEMTIME UDS2 Time elapsed since Logical Memory IA - Immediate (0-85 minutes, 88 = N/A, 99 = Unknown) 88 NA,99 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Cognitive Testing Logical Memory MEMUNITS UDS2 9a. Total number of story units recalled (0-25) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Cognitive Testing Mini Mental Status Exam (MMSE) MMSE UDS2 1d. Total MMSE score (using D-L-R-O-W) (0-30) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Mini Mental Status Exam (MMSE) MMSELAN UDS2 1a1) Language of MMSE administration 1 English,2 Spanish,3 Other (specify) x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Mini Mental Status Exam (MMSE) MMSELANX UDS2 Other language of MMSE - x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Mini Mental Status Exam (MMSE) MMSELOC UDS2 1a. The administration of the MMSE was 1 In ADC/clinic,2 In home,3 In person-other x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Mini Mental Status Exam (MMSE) MMSEORDA UDS2 1) Time (0-5) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Mini Mental Status Exam (MMSE) MMSEORLO UDS2 2) Place (0-5) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Mini Mental Status Exam (MMSE) PENTAGON UDS2 1c. (MMSE) Intersecting pentagon subscale score (0-1) see Key 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCAABST UDS3 1s. Abstraction 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCACLOC UDS3 1i. Visuospatial/executive -- Clock contour 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCACLOH UDS3 1k. Visuospatial/executive -- Clock hands 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCACLON UDS3 1j. Visuospatial/executive -- Clock numbers 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCACOMP UDS3 1a. Was any part of the MoCA administered? 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCACUBE UDS3 1h. Visuospatial/executive -- Cube 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCADIGI UDS3 1n. Attention -- Digits 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCAFLUE UDS3 1r. Language -- Fluency 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCAHEAR UDS3 1e. (MoCA) Subject was unable to complete one or more sections due to hearing impairment: 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCALAN UDS3 1c. Language of MoCA administration: 1 English,2 Spanish,3 Other language(SPECIFY BELOW): x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCALANX UDS3 1c1. Language of MoCA administration comments - x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCALETT UDS3 1o. Attention -- Letter A 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCALOC UDS3 1b. location MoCA was administered: 1 In ADC or clinic,2 In home,3 In person - other x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCANAMI UDS3 1l. Language -- Naming 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCAORCT UDS3 1bb. Orientation -- City 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCAORDT UDS3 1w. Orientation -- Date 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCAORDY UDS3 1z. Orientation -- Day 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCAORMO UDS3 1x. Orientation -- Month 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCAORPL UDS3 1aa. Orientation -- Place 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCAORYR UDS3 1y. Orientation -- Year 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCAREAS UDS3 1a1. reason MoCA was not administered? codes 95-98 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCARECC UDS3 1u. Delayed recall -- Category cue 88 NA x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCARECN UDS3 1t. Delayed recall -- No cue 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCARECR UDS3 1v. Delayed recall -- Recognition 88 NA x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCAREGI UDS3 1m. Memory -- Registration (two trials) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCAREPE UDS3 1q. Language -- Repetition 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCASER7 UDS3 1p. Attention -- Serial 7s 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCATOTS UDS3 1f. MoCA Total Raw Score - UNCORRECTED (Not corrected for education or visual/hearing impairment) (Enter 88 if any of following items not administered: 1g-1l, 1n-1t, 1w-1bb) 88 = item not administered x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCATRAI UDS3 1g. Visuospatial/executive -- Trails 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Montreal Cog. Assmt, MoCA MOCAVIS UDS3 1d. (MoCA) Subject was unable to complete one or more sections due to visual impairment: 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Multilingual Naming Test (MINT) MINTPCNC UDS3 11f. Phonemic cues: Number correct with cue (88=not applicable) 88 NA x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Multilingual Naming Test (MINT) MINTPCNG UDS3 11e. Phonemic cues: Number given 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Multilingual Naming Test (MINT) MINTSCNC UDS3 11d. Semantic cues: Number correct with cue (88=not applicable) 88 NA x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Multilingual Naming Test (MINT) MINTSCNG UDS3 11c. Semantic cues: Number given 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Multilingual Naming Test (MINT) MINTTOTS UDS3 11a. Total score (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98) and SKIP TO 12a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Multilingual Naming Test (MINT) MINTTOTW UDS3 11b. Total correct without semantic cue 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Neuropsych. Battery, C1, C2 COGSTAT UDS2_3 11a.(13a) Based on the UDS neuropsychological examination, the subjects cognitive status is deemed 0 Clinician unable to render opinion,1 Better than normal for age,2 Normal for age,3 One or two test scores abnormal,4 Three or more scores are abnormal or lower than expected x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Neuropsych. Battery, C1, C2 NPSYCLOC UDS2_3 2.(2a) The remainder of the battery (below) was administered 1 In ADC/clinic,2 In home,3 In person-other x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Neuropsych. Battery, C1, C2 NPSYLAN UDS2_3 2a.(2b) Language of neuropsyc. battery administration 1 English,2 Spanish,3 Other (specify) x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Neuropsych. Battery, C1, C2 NPSYLANX UDS2_3 (2b1) Specify the (Other) language of neuropsyc. battery administration - x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Number Span Test DIGBACCT UDS3 6a. Number Span Test, Number of correct trials (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98, and SKIP TO 7a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Number Span Test DIGBACLS UDS3 6b. Number Span Test, Longest span backward 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Number Span Test DIGFORCT UDS3 5a. Number Span Test, Number of correct trials (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98, and SKIP TO 6a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Number Span Test DIGFORSL UDS3 5b. Number Span Test, Longest span forward 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing STROOP Stroop_color_naming KUPsychomet Stroop Color Naming (unlimited) 995 = Physical problem,996 = Cognitive/behavior problem,997 = Other problem,998 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing STROOP Stroop_interference KUPsychomet Stroop Interference Task Total (unlimited) 995 = Physical problem,996 = Cognitive/behavior problem,997 = Other problem,998 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing STROOP Stroop_word_reading KUPsychomet Stroop Word Reading (unlimited) 995 = Physical problem,996 = Cognitive/behavior problem,997 = Other problem,998 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Selective Reminding Test SRT_trial1_cued KUPsychomet Selective Reminding Test, Trial 1 Cued Recall (0-16) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Selective Reminding Test SRT_trial1_free KUPsychomet Selective Reminding Test, Trial 1 Free Recall (0-16) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Selective Reminding Test SRT_trial2_cued KUPsychomet Selective Reminding Test, Trial 2 Cued Recall (0-16) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Selective Reminding Test SRT_trial2_free KUPsychomet Selective Reminding Test, Trial 2 Free Recall (0-16) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Selective Reminding Test SRT_trial3_cued KUPsychomet Selective Reminding Test, Trial 3 Cued Recall (0-16) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Selective Reminding Test SRT_trial3_free KUPsychomet Selective Reminding Test, Trial 3 Free Recall (0-16) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Trailmaking Test TRAILA UDS2_3 7a.(8a) Part A- Total number of seconds to complete (if not finished by 150 seconds, enter 150) (0-150) see Key 2 995 = Physical problem,996 = Cognitive/behavior problem,997 = Other problem,998 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Trailmaking Test TRAILALI UDS2_3 7a2) (8a2) Number of correct lines (0-24, 88=NA) 88 NA x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Trailmaking Test TRAILARR UDS2_3 7a1) (8a1) Number of commission errors (0-40, 88=NA) 88 NA x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Trailmaking Test TRAILB UDS2_3 7b. (8b) Part B- Total number of seconds to complete (if not finished by 300 seconds, enter 300) (0-300) see Key 2 995 = Physical problem,996 = Cognitive/behavior problem,997 = Other problem,998 = Verbal refusal x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Trailmaking Test TRAILBLI UDS2_3 7b2) (8b2) Number of correct lines (0-24, 88=NA) 88 NA x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Trailmaking Test TRAILBRR UDS2_3 7b1) (8b1) Number of commission errors (0-40, 88=NA) 88 NA x15Aug2011 present
Cognitive Testing Verbal Fluency UDSVERFC UDS3 12a. Number of correct F-words generated in 1 minute (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98) and SKIP TO 12d.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Verbal Fluency UDSVERFN UDS3 12b. Number of F-words repeated in 1 minute 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Verbal Fluency UDSVERLC UDS3 12d. Number of correct L-words generated in 1 minute (If test not completed, enter reason code, 95-98) and SKIP TO 13a.) 95 = Physical problem,96 = Cognitive/behavior problem,97 = Other problem,98 = Verbal refusal x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Verbal Fluency UDSVERLN UDS3 12f. Number of non-L-words and rule violation errors in 1 minute 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Verbal Fluency UDSVERLR UDS3 12e. Number of L-words repeated in 1 minute 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Verbal Fluency UDSVERNF UDS3 12c. Number of F-words and rule violation errors in 1 minute 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Verbal Fluency UDSVERTE UDS3 12h. TOTAL number of F-words and L-words repetition errors 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Verbal Fluency UDSVERTI UDS3 12i. TOTAL number of non-F/L words and rule violation errors 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Cognitive Testing Verbal Fluency UDSVERTN UDS3 12g. TOTAL number of correct F-words and L-words 95 Physical problem, 96 Cognitive/behavior problem, 97 other problem, 98 verbal refusal, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Mar2015 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A0 HISPANIC UDS2_3 9. Does the subject report being of Hispanic/Latino ethnicity (i.e. having origins from a mainly Spanish-speaking Latin American country), regardless of race? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 HANDED UDS2_3 20. Is the subject left- or right- handed (for example, which hand would s/he normally use to write or throw a ball)? 1 Left-handed,2 Right-handed,3 Ambidextrous,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 HISPOR UDS2_3 9a. If yes, what are the subjects reported origins? 1 Mexican/Chicano/Mexican-American,2 Puerto Rican,3 Cuban,4 Dominican,5 Central American,6 South American,50 Other, (specify),99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 HISPORX UDS2_3 specify participants Hispanic/Latino origins - x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 LIVSIT UDS2 15. What is the subjects living situation? 1 Lives alone,2 Lives with spouse or partner,3 Lives with relative or friend,4 Lives with group,5 Other (specify),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 LIVSITUA UDS3 15. What is the subjects living situation? 1 Lives alone,2 Lives with one other person: a spouse or partner,3 Lives with one other person: a relative, friend, or roommate,4 Lives with caregiver who is not spouse/partner, realtive, or friend,5 Lives with a group (related or not related) in a private residence,6 Lives in group home (e.g., assisted living, nursing home, convent),9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 LIVSITX UDS2 specify subjects living situation - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 NACCageb UDS2_3 subjects age at initial visit null x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 NACClivs NACC 4./15. (3. 15.) Living Situation 1 Lives alone,2 Lives with spouse or partner,3 Lives with relative or friend,4 Lives with group,5 other,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 NACClivs UDS2_3 Living situation (combination of UDS 2&3) null x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 PRIMLANX UDS2_3 Subjects primary language (other), specify - x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 RACESEC UDS2_3 11. What additional race does subject report? 1 White,2 Black or African American,3 American Indian or Alaska Native,4 Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander,5 Asian,50 Other (specify),88 None reported,99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 RACESECX UDS2_3 Specify - x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 RACETER UDS2_3 12. What additional race, beyond what was indicated above in questions 10 and 11, does subject report? 1 White,2 Black or African American,3 American Indian or Alaska Native,4 Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander,5 Asian,50 Other (specify),88 None reported,99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 RACETERX UDS2_3 Specify - x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 RACEX UDS2_3 specify - x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 RESIDENC UDS2_3 17. What is the subjects primary type of residence? 1 Single family residence (or multi-family private in UDS3),2 Retirement community (or indep group in UDS3),3 Assisted living/boarding home/adult family home,4 Skilled nursing facility/nursing home (home hospital, hospice in UDS3),5 Other (specify),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A1 SEX UDS2_3 8. Subjects sex 1 Male,2 Female x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A2 RACE UDS2_3 10. What does subject report as his/her race? 1 White,2 Black or African American,3 American Indian or Alaska Native,4 Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander,5 Asian,50 Other (specify),99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A3 PRIMLANG UDS2_3 13. Subjects primary language 1 English,2 Spanish,3 Mandarin,4 Cantonese,5 Russian,6 Japanese,8 Other primary language (specify),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A4 EDUC UDS2_3 14. Subjects years of education (report achieved level using the codes below- if an attempted level is not completed, enter the number of years attended). High school/GED = 12, Bachelors degree = 16, Masters degree = 18, Doctorate = 20 years (99=Unknown) 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A5 MARISTAT UDS2_3 19. Subjects current marital status 1 Married,2 Widowed,3 Divorced,4 Separated,5 Never married (or marriage was annulled),6 Living as married,8 Other (specify),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject Demographics, A6 MARISTAX UDS2 specify subjects current marital status - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Demographics Subject Demographics, A7 NACCage NACC Subjects age at visit - x15Aug2011 present
Demographics Subject linguistic history, CLS NACCengl UDS3 Average English level (average ofCLS questions 11-14) null x19Sep2018 present
Demographics Subject linguistic history, CLS NACCspnl UDS3 Average Spanish level (average ofCLS questions 6-9) null x19Sep2018 present
Demographics informant A2 INBIRMO UDS2_3 Informants month of birth (99) 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INBIRYR UDS2_3 Informants year of birth (9999) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INCALLS UDS2_3 9b. If no, approximate frequency of telephone contact 1 Daily,2 At least 3x /week,3 Weekly,4 At least 3x /month,5 Monthly,6 Less than once a month x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INDEPEND UDS2_3 16. What is the subjects level of independence? 1 Able to live independently,2 Requires some assistance with complex activities,3 Requires some assistance with basic activities,4 Completely dependent,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INEDUC UDS2_3 7. Informants years of education(report achieved level using the codes below- if an attempted level is not completed, enter the number of years attended). High school/GED = 12, Bachelors degree = 16, Masters degree = 18, Doctorate = 20 years (99=Unknown) 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INHISP UDS2_3 3. Does the informant report being of Hispanic/Latino ethnicity (i.e., having origins from a mainly Spanish-speaking Latin American country), regardless of race? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INHISPOR UDS2_3 3a. If yes, what are the informants reported origins? 1 Mexican/Chicano/Mexican-American,2 Puerto Rican,3 Cuban,4 Dominican,5 Central American,6 South American,50 Other, (specify),99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INHISPOX UDS2_3 Specify informants Hispanic/Latino origins - x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INKNOWN UDS3 8a. How long has the co-participant known the subject? 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Demographics informant A2 INLIVWTH UDS2_3 9. Does the informant live with the subjecbt? (if yes skip to #10) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INMDS UDS2 1. Subject enrolled in NACC MDS 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Demographics informant A2 INRACE UDS2_3 4. What does informant report as his/her race? 1 White,2 Black or African American,3 American Indian or Alaska Native,4 Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander,5 Asian,50 Other (specify),99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INRACEX UDS2_3 Specify informants other race - x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INRASEC UDS2_3 5. What additional race does informant report? 1 White,2 Black or African American,3 American Indian or Alaska Native,4 Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander,5 Asian,50 Other (specify),88 None reported,99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INRASECX UDS2_3 Specify informants second (other) race - x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INRATER UDS2_3 6. What additional race, beyond what was indicated above in questions 4 and 5, does informant report? 1 White,2 Black or African American,3 American Indian or Alaska Native,4 Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander,5 Asian,50 Other (specify),88 None reported,99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INRATERX UDS2_3 Specify informants third (other) race - x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INRELTO UDS2_3 8. What is informants relationship to subject? 1 Spouse/partner,2 Child,3 Sibling,4 Other relative,5 Friend/neighbor,6 Paid caregiver/provider,7 Other (specify) x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INRELTOX UDS2 Specify informants relationship to subject - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Demographics informant A2 INRELY UDS2_3 10. Is there a question about the informants reliability? 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INSEX UDS2_3 2. Informants sex 1 Male,2 Female x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 INVISITS UDS2_3 9a. If no, approximate frequency of in-person visits 1 Daily,2 At least 3x /week,3 Weekly,4 At least 3x / month,5 Monthly,6 Less than once a month x15Aug2011 present
Demographics informant A2 NEWINF UDS2_3 Is this a new co-participant - ie. one who was not a co-participant at any past UDS visit? 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics CDR, Clin. Dementia Rating B2 CDRSUM UDS2_3 7. Clinical Dementia Rating (CDR)--Sum of boxes - x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics CDR, Clin. Dementia Rating B3 CDRGLOB UDS2_3 8. Clinical Dementia Rating (CDR)--Global score 0 No impairment,0.50.5 Questionable impairment,1 Mild impairment,2 Moderate impairment,3 Severe impairment x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics CDR, Clin. Dementia Rating B4 CDRLANG UDS2_3 10. Language, CDR 0 None No language difficulty or occasional mild tip-of-the-tongue.,0.50.5 Questionable Consistent mild word finding difficulties;simplification of word choice; circumlocution; decreased phrase length; and/or mild comprehension difficulties.,1 Mild Moderate word finding difficulty in speech; cannot name objects in environment; reduced phrase length and/or agrammatical speech; and/or reduced comprehension in conversation and reading.,2 Moderate Moderate to severe impairments in either speech or, x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics CDR, Clin. Dementia Rating B4 COMMUN UDS2_3 4. Community Affairs, CDR 0 None Independent function at usual level in job, shopping, volunteer and social groups.,0.50.5 Questionable Slight impairment in these activities.,1 Mild Unable to function independently at these activities, although may still be engaged in some; appears normal to casual inspection.,2 Moderate No pretense of independent function outside the home; appears well enough to be taken to functions outside the family home.,3 Severe No pretense of independent function outside the home; appears too ill x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics CDR, Clin. Dementia Rating B4 COMPORT UDS2_3 9. Behavior, Comportment and Personality, CDR 0 None Socially appropriate behavior.,0.50.5 Questionable Questionable changes in comportment, empathy, appropriateness of actions.,1 Mild Mild but definite changes in behavior.,2 Moderate Moderate behavioral changes, affecting interpersonal relationships and interactions in a significant manner.,3 Severe Severe behavioral changes, making interpersonal interactions all unidirectional. x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics CDR, Clin. Dementia Rating B4 HOMEHOBB UDS2_3 5. Home & Hobbies, CDR 0 None Life at home, hobbies, and intellectual interests well maintained.,0.50.5 Questionable Life at home, hobbies, and intellectual interests slightly impaired.,1 Mild Mild but definite impairment of function at home; more difficult chores abandoned; more complicated hobbies and interests abandoned.,2 Moderate Only simple chores preserved; very restricted interests, poorly maintained.,3 Severe No significant function in the home. x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics CDR, Clin. Dementia Rating B4 JUDGMENT UDS2_3 3. Judgment & Problem Solving, CDR 0 None Solves everyday problems, handles business & financial affairs well; judgment good in relation to past performance.,0.50.5 Questionable Slight impairment in solving problems, similarities, and differences.,1 Mild Moderate difficulty in handling problems, similarities, and differences; social judgment usually maintained.,2 Moderate Severely impaired in handling problems, similarities, and differences; social judgment usually impaired.,3 Severe Unable to make judgments or solve problems. x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics CDR, Clin. Dementia Rating B4 MEMORY UDS2_3 1. Memory, CDR 0 None No memory loss, or slight inconsistent forgetfulness.,0.50.5 Questionable Consistent slight forgetfulness; partial recollection of events; benign forgetfulness.,1 Mild Moderate memory loss, more marked for recent events; defect interferes with everyday activities.,2 Moderate Severe memory loss; only highly learned material retained; new material rapidly lost.,3 Severe Severe memory loss; only fragments remain. x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics CDR, Clin. Dementia Rating B4 ORIENT UDS2_3 2. Orientation, CDR 0 None Fully oriented,0.50.5 Questionable Fully oriented except for slight difficulty with time relationships.,1 Mild Moderate difficulty with time relationships; oriented for place at examination; may have geographic disorientation elsewhere.,2 Moderate Severe difficulty with time relationships; usually disoriented to time, often to place.,3 Severe Oriented to person only. x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics CDR, Clin. Dementia Rating B4 PERSCARE UDS2_3 6. Personal Care, CDR 0 None/Questionable Fully capable of self-care (=0).,1 Mild Needs prompting.,2 Moderate Requires assistance in dressing, hygiene, keeping of personal effects.,3 Severe Requires much help with personal care; frequent incontinence. x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D0 NACCmotf UDS2_3 Indicate the predominant symptom that was first recognized as a decline in the subjects motor function null x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 ADMUT UDS3 8. Does the subject have a dominantly inherited AD mutation (PSEN1, PSEN2, APP)? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 ALCABUSE UDS3 33b. Current alcohol abuse: 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 ALCDEM UDS2_3 10.(33.) Cognitive impairment due to alcohol abuse 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 ALCDEMIF UDS2_3 10a.(33a.) If cognitive impairment due to alcohol abuse is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 ALZDIS UDS3 11. Alzheimers disease 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 ALZDISIF UDS3 11a. If Alzheimers disease present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 AMNDEM UDS3 4a. Amnestic multidomain dementia syndrome 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 AMYLCSF UDS3 6b. Abnormally low amyloid in CSF 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 AMYLPET UDS3 6a. Abnormally elevated amyloid on PET 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 ANXIETIF UDS3 29a. If Anxiety disorder is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 BEFRST UDS2 8. Indicate the predominant symptom which was first recognized as a decline in the subjects behavioral symptoms 1 Apathy/ withdrawal,2 Depression,3 Psychosis,4 Disinhibition,5 Irritability,6 Agitation,7 Personality change,8 Other (specify),9 REM sleep behavior disorder,88 N/A x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 BIPOLDIF UDS3 27a. If bipolar disorder is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 BIPOLDX UDS3 27. Bipolar disorder 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 BRNINCTE UDS3 20b. If traumatic brain injury present, does the subject have symptoms consistent with chronic traumatic encephalopathy? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 BRNINJ UDS2_3 26.(20) Traumatic brain injury 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 BRNINJIF UDS2_3 26a.(20a) If Traumatic brain injury present, is it primary or contributing or Non-contrib. 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 COGOTH UDS2_3 28.(37.) Cognitive impairment NOS 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 COGOTH2 UDS2_3 29.(38.) 2nd Cognitive impairment NOS 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 COGOTH2F UDS2_3 29a.(38a.) If 2nd Cognitive impairment NOS, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 COGOTH2X UDS2_3 29b.(38b.) If 2nd Cognitive impairment NOS present, specify: - x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 COGOTH3 UDS2_3 30.(39.) 3rd Cognitive impairment NOS 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 COGOTH3F UDS2_3 30a.(39a.) If 3rd Cognitive impairment NOS, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 COGOTH3X UDS2_3 30b.(39b.) If 3rd Cognitive impairment NOS present, specify: - x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 COGOTHIF UDS2_3 28a.(37a.) If Cognitive impairment NOS, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 COGOTHX UDS2_3 28b.(37b.) If Cognitive impairment NOS present, specify: - x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 CORT UDS2_3 15.(14b) Corticobasal degeneration 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 CORTIF UDS2_3 15a.(14b1) If Corticobasal degenerationpresent, is it primary or contributing or Non-contrib. 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 CSFTAU UDS3 6f. Abnormally elevated CSF tau or ptau 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 CVD UDS3 15. Vascular Brain injury (based on clinical or imaging evidence) If significant vascular brain injury is absent, SKIP TO QUESTION 16. 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 CVDIF UDS3 15a. If vascular brain injury is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DATSCAN UDS3 6j. Dopamine transporter scan (DATscan) evidence for Lewy body disease 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DELIR UDS3 30. Delirium 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DELIRIF UDS3 30a. If Delirium is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DEMENTED UDS2_3 3. Does the subject meet the criteria for dementia (in accordance with standard criteria for dementia of the Alzheimers type or for other non-Alzheimers dementing disorders)? 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DEMUN UDS2 11. Dementia of undetermined etiology 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DEMUNIF UDS2 11a. If present, is it primary or contributing 1 primary,2Contributing x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DEP UDS2_3 20.(26) Active depression 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DEPIF UDS2_3 20a.(26a) If active depression is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DEPTREAT UDS3 26b. If active depression present, select one: 0 Untreated,1 Treated with medication and/or counseling x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DLB UDS2 7. Dementia with Lewy bodies 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DLBIF UDS2 7a. If Dementia with Lewy bodies present, is it primary or contributing 1 primary,2Contributing x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DOWNS UDS2_3 22.(17.) Downs syndrome 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DOWNSIF UDS2_3 22a.(17a.) If Downs syndrome present, is it primary or contributing or Non-contrib. 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DXMETHOD UDS3 1. Diagnosis method - responses in this form are based on diagnosis by: 1 A single clinician,2 A formal consensus panel,3 Other (two or more clinicians or informal group) x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DYSILL UDS2_3 19.(35.) Cognitive dysfunction from medical illnesses 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 DYSILLIF UDS2_3 19a.(35a.) If Cognitive dysfunction from medical illnesses present, is it primary or contributing or Non-contrib. 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 EPILEP UDS3 22. Epilepsy 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 EPILEPIF UDS3 22a. If Epilepsy is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 ESSTREIF UDS3 16a. If essential tremor is present, is it primary or contributing or non-contributing. 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 ESSTREM UDS3 16. Essential tremor 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 FDGAD UDS3 6c. FDG-PET pattern of AD 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 FDGFTLD UDS3 6g. FDG-PET evidence for frontal or anterior temporal hypometabolism for FTLD 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 FTD UDS2 12. Frontotemporal dementia (behavioral/executive dementia) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 FTDIF UDS2 12a. If Frontotemporal dementia present, is it primary or contributing 1 primary,2Contributing x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 FTDSYN UDS3 4d. Behavioral variant FTD (bvFTD) syndrome 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 FTLDMO UDS3 14c. FTLD with motor neuron disease 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 FTLDMOIF UDS3 14c1. If FTLD with motor neuron disease is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 FTLDMUT UDS3 9. Does the subject have a hereditary FTLD mutation (e.g, GRN, VCP, TARBP, FUS, C9orf72, CHMP2B, MAPT)? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 FTLDNOIF UDS3 14d1. If FTLD NOS is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 FTLDNOS UDS3 14d. FTLD NOS 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 FTLDSUBT UDS3 14e. If FTLD (Questions 14a-14d) is Present, specify FTLD subtype: 1 Tauopathy,2 TDP-43 proteinopathy,3 Other (SPECIFY):,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 FTLDSUBX UDS3 14e1. Other FTLD, specify - x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 HIPPATR UDS3 6d. Hippocampal atrophy 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 HIV UDS3 24. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 HIVIF UDS3 24a. If Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 HUNT UDS2_3 16.(18.) Huntingtons disease 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 HUNTIF UDS2_3 16a.(18a.) If Huntingtons disease present, is it primary or contributing or Non-contrib. 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 HYCEPH UDS2_3 25.(21) Hydrocephalus (UDS3 Normal-pressure hydrocephalus) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 HYCEPHIF UDS2_3 25a.(21a) If Hydrocephalus present, is it primary or contributing or Non-contrib. 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 IMAGEWMH UDS3 7f. Extensive white-matter hyperintensity (CHS score 7-8+) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 IMAGLAC UDS3 7b. Lacunar infarct(s) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 IMAGLINF UDS3 7a. Large vessel infarct(s) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 IMAGMACH UDS3 7c. Macrohemorrhage(s) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 IMAGMICH UDS3 7d. Microhemorrhage(s) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 IMAGMWMH UDS3 7e. Moderate white-matter hyperintensity (CHS score 5-6) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 IMPNOMCI UDS2_3 4e. Cognitively Impaired, not MCI 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 IMPSUB UDS3 34. Cognitive impairment due to other substance abuse 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 IMPSUBIF UDS3 34a. If Cognitive impairment due to other substance abuse is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 INFNETW UDS3 15c. Is there imaging evidence of cystic infarction in cognitive network(s)? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 INFWMH UDS3 15d. Is there imaging evidence of cystic infarction, imaging evidence of extensive white matter hyperintensity (CHS grade 7-8+), and impairment in executive function? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 LBDIF UDS3 12a. If Lewy body disease present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 LBDIS UDS3 12. Lewy body disease 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 LBDSYN UDS3 4e. Lewy body dementia syndrome 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIAMEM UDS2_3 5a. Amnestic MCI, single domain (aMCI SD) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIAPATT UDS2_3 2) Amnestic MCI, multiple domains- Attention 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIAPEX UDS2_3 3) Amnestic MCI, multiple domains- Executive Function 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIAPLAN UDS2_3 1) Amnestic MCI, multiple domains- Language 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIAPLUS UDS2_3 5b. Amnestic MCI, multiple domains (aMCI MD) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIAPVIS UDS2_3 4) Amnestic MCI, multiple domains- Visuospatial 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIN1ATT UDS2_3 2) Non-amnestic MCI - single domain, Attention 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIN1EX UDS2_3 3) Non-amnestic MCI - single domain, Executive Function 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIN1LAN UDS2_3 1) Non-amnestic MCI - single domain, Language 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIN1VIS UDS2_3 4) Non-amnestic MCI - single domain, Visuospatial 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIN2ATT UDS2_3 2) Non-amnestic MCI - multiple domains, Attention 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIN2EX UDS2_3 3) Non-amnestic MCI - multiple domains, Executive Function 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIN2LAN UDS2_3 1) Non-amnestic MCI - multiple domains, Language 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCIN2VIS UDS2_3 4) Non-amnestic MCI - multiple domains, Visuospatial 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCINON1 UDS2_3 4c. Non-amnestic MCI - single domain (naMCI SD) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MCINON2 UDS2_3 4d. Non-amnestic MCI - multiple domains (naMCI MD) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MEDS UDS2_3 18.(36.) Cognitive dysfunction from medications 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MEDSIF UDS2_3 18a.(36a.) If Cognitive dysfunction from medications present, is it primary or contributing or Non-contrib. 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MSA UDS3 13. Multiple system atrophy 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MSAIF UDS3 13a. If Multiple system atrophy present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NACCadmu NACC Does the subject have a dominantly 0 No/Unknown, 1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NACCbefx UDS2_3 Specification of other predominant symptom first recognized as a decline in the subjects behavior null x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NACCbvft NACC Dementia syndrome ? behavioral variant FTD syndrome (bvFTD) (D1 4d. (3., 12.) ) 0 No, 1 Yes, 8 No diagnosis of dementia x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NACCftdm NACC 9. Does the subject have a hereditary FTLD mutation? 0 No/Unknown, 1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NACClbde UDS2_3 Presumptive etiiologic diagnosis of the cognitive disorder - Lewy body disease 0 = No (assumed assessed and found not present), 1=Yes, 8=No cognitive impairment x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NACClbdp UDS2_3 Primary, contributing, or non-contributing cause of observed cognitive impairment, Lewy body disease (LBD) 1 Primary, 2 Contributing, 3 Non-Contributing, 7 Cognitively impaired but not LBD diagnosis, 8 Diagnosis of normal cognition x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NACClbds NACC 4e. (3., 7.)Dementia syndrome ? Lewy body 0 No, 1 Yes, 8 No diagnosis of dementia x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NACCppa NACC Primary progressive aphasia (PPA) with cognitive impairment 0 No, 1, Yes, 7 Subject had impaired-not-MCI or MCI but is missing information on presence/absence of PPA, 8 No cognitive impairment x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NACCppag NACC 4c1. Dementia syndrome ? Primary progressive aphasia (PPA) subtype according to the criteria outlined by Gorno_Tempini et al. 2011 1 Meets criteria for semantic PPA, 2 Meets criteria for logopenic PPA, 3 Meets criteria for nonfluent/agrammatic PPA, 4 PPA other/not otherwise specified, 5 Impaired but no PPA syndrome, 8 No cognitive impairment, -4 Not applicable: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NAMNDEM UDS3 4f. Non-amnestic multidomain dementia, not PCA, PPA, bvFTD, or DLB syndrome 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NEOP UDS2_3 27. CNS neoplasm 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NEOPIF UDS2_3 27a. If CNS neoplasm present, is it primary or contributing or Non-contrib. 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NEOPSTAT UDS3 23b. CNS neoplasm benign or malignant? 1 Benign,2 Malignant x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 NORMCOG UDS2_3 2. Does the subject have normal cognition (global CDR=0 and/or neuropsychological testing within normal range) and normal behavior (i.e., the subject does not exhibit behavior sufficient to diagnose MCI or dementia due to FTLD or LBD)? 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 OTHBIOM UDS3 6k. Other biomarker found 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 OTHBIOMX UDS3 6k1. Other biomarker (SPECIFY): - x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 OTHCOG UDS3 25. Cognitive impairment due to other neurologic, genetic, or infectious conditions not listed above 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 OTHCOGIF UDS3 25a. If other cognitive impairment present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 OTHCOGX UDS3 25b. Cognitive impairment due to other neurologic, genetic, or infectious conditions not listed above. If Present, specify: - x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 OTHMUT UDS3 10. Does the subject have a hereditary mutation other than AD or FTLD mutation? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 OTHMUTX UDS3 10a. If question 10 is 1 Yes, please specify hereditary mutation other than AD or FTLD mutation. - x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 OTHPSY UDS2_3 21.(32.) Other psychiatric disease 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 OTHPSYIF UDS2_3 21a(32a.) If other psychiatric disease is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PARK UDS2_3 23.(12b.) Parkinsons disease 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PARKIF UDS2 23a. If Parkinsons disease present, is it primary or contributing or Non-contrib. 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PCA UDS3 4b. Posterior cortical atrophy syndrome (or primary visual presentation) 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PNAPH UDS2 13a1) Progressive nonfluent aphasia 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 POSSAD UDS2 6. Possible AD (NINCDS/ADRDA) (If #5 is present, leave this blank) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 POSSADIF UDS2 6a. If Possible AD present, is it primary or contributing 1 primary,2Contributing x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PPAOTHR UDS2 13a4) Other (e.g., logopenic, anomic, transcortical, word deafness, syntactic comprehension, motor speech disorder) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PPAPH UDS2 13. Primary progressive aphasia (aphasic dementia) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PPAPHIF UDS2 13a. If Primary progressive aphasia present, is it primary or contributing 1 primary,2Contributing x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PPASYN UDS3 4c. Primary progressive aphasia (PPA) syndrome 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PPASYNT UDS3 4c1. Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA) type 1 Meets criteria for semantic PPA,2 Meets criteria for logopenic PPA,3 Meets criteria for nonfluent/agrammatic PPA,4 PPA other/not otherwise specified x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PREVSTK UDS3 15b. Previous symptomatic stroke? 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PRION UDS2_3 17.(19.) Prion disease (CJD, other) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PRIONIF UDS2_3 17a.(19a.) If Prion disease present, is it primary or contributing or Non-contrib. 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PROBAD UDS2 5. Probable AD (NINCDS/ADRDA) (if present, skip to item #7) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PROBADIF UDS2 5a. If Probable AD present, is it primary or contributing 1 primary,2Contributing x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PSP UDS2_3 14.(14a) Progressive supranuclear palsy 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PSPIF UDS2_3 14a.(14a1) If Progressive supranuclear palsy present, is it primary or contributing or Non-contrib. 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PTSDDX UDS3 31. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 PTSDDXIF UDS3 31a. If Post-traumatic stress disorder is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 SCHIZOIF UDS3 28a. If Schizophrenia or other psychosis is present, is it primary, contributing or non-contributing? 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 SCHIZOP UDS3 28. Schizophrenia or other psychosis 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 SEMDEMAG UDS2 13a3) Semantic dementia - agnostic variant 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 SEMDEMAN UDS2 13a2) Semantic dementia - anomia plus word comprehension 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 STKIMAG UDS3 15b2. Confirmation of stroke by neuroimaging? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 STROKDEC UDS3 15b1. Temporal relationship between stroke and cognitive decline? 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 STROKE UDS2 24. Stroke 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 STROKIF UDS2 24a. If Stroke present, is it primary or contributing or Non-contrib. 1 primary,2 Contributing,3 Non-contributing x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 TAUPETAD UDS3 6e. Tau PET evidence for AD 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 TPETFTLD UDS3 6h. Tau PET evidence for FTLD 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 VASC UDS2 8. Vascular dementia (NINDS/AIREN Probable) (If present, skip to item #10) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 VASCIF UDS2 8a. If (NINDS/AIREN Probable) present, is it primary or contributing 1 primary,2Contributing x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 VASCPS UDS2 9. Vascular dementia (NINDS/AIREN Possible) (If #8 is present, leave this blank) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 VASCPSIF UDS2 9a. If (NINDS/AIREN Possible) present, is it primary or contributing 1 primary,2Contributing x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D1 WHODIDDX UDS2 1. Responses are based on 1 Diagnosis from a single clinician,2 Consensus diagnosis x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D2 NACCbehf UDS2_3 Indicate the predominant symptom that was first recognized as a decline in the subjects behavior null x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D2 NACCppme NACC Primary progressive aphasia (PPA) subtype according to older criteria outlined by Mesulam et al (2001 and 2003) 1 Meets criteria for progressive nonfluent PPA, 2 Meets criteria for semantic dementia ?anomia plus word comprehension, 3 Meets criteria for semantic dementia ?agnostic variant, 4 PPA other/not otherwise specified (logopenic, anomic, transcortical, word, deafness, syntactic comprehension, motor speech disorder), 6 Subject had MCI but missing information on presence / absence of PPA, 7 Subject was cognitively impaired but did not have PPA, 8 No cognitive impairment, -4 Not applicable: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D3 NACCcgfx UDS2_3 Specification of other predominant symptom first recognized as a decline in the subjects cognition null x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician Diagnosis, D4 NACCcogf UDS2_3 Indicate the predominant symptom that was first recognized as a decline in the subjects cognition null x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 B9CHG UDS2 Comparison of clinician judged symptoms to previous visit. 1No meaningful changes in the subjects cognition, behavior, or motor function since the previous UDS visit, 2 At the previous UDS visit, the clinician DID NOT report a decline in the subject?s memory, non-memory cognitive abilities, behavior, or motor function. However, there have been meaningful changes since then, 3 At the previous UDS visit, the clinician DID report a decline in the subject?s memory, non-memory cognitive abilities, behavior, or motor function. Since then, there have been additional meaningful changes, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEAGIT UDS2_3 f. Agitation (Does the subject have trouble sitting still, does s/he shout, hit, and/or kick?) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEAHALL UDS2_3 2) Auditory hallucinations 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEAPATHY UDS2_3 a. Apathy/withdrawal (Has the subject lost interest in or displayed a reduced ability to initiate usual activities and social interaction, such as conversing with family and/or friends?) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEDEL UDS2_3 3) Abnormal/false/delusional beliefs 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEDEP UDS2_3 b. Depression (Has the subject seemed depressed for more than two weeks at a time, e.g., loss of interest or pleasure in nearly all activities, sadness, hopelessness, loss of appetite, fatigue?) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEDISIN UDS2_3 d. Disinhibition (Does the subject use inappropriate coarse language or exhibit inappropriate speech or behaviors in public or in the home? Does s/he talk personally to strangers or have disregard for personal hygiene?) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEFPREDX UDS3 BEFPREDX - x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEFRSTX UDS2 Specify the first predominant symptom (Other) - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEIRRIT UDS2_3 e. Irritability (Does the subject overreact, such as shouting at family members or others?) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEMODE UDS2_3 9. Mode of onset of (Other) behavioral symptoms 1 Gradual,2 Subacute,3 Abrupt,4 Other mode (specify),88 N/A,99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEMODEX UDS2_3 Specify the (other) mode of onset of behavioral symptoms) - x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEOTHR UDS2_3 i. Other behavior symptoms present (If yes, then specify) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEPERCH UDS2_3 g. Personality change (Does the subject exhibit bizarre behavior or behavior uncharacteristic 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEREM UDS2_3 h. REM sleep behavior disorder (Does the subject appear to act out his/her dreams while sleeping 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEVHALL UDS2_3 1) Visual hallucinations 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEVWELL UDS2_3 a) If yes, are the hallucinations well-formed and detailed? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGATTN UDS2_3 e. Attention/concentration (For example, does the subject have a short attention span or ability to concentrate? Is s/he easily distracted?) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGFLUC UDS2_3 f. Fluctuating cognition (Does s/he have pronounced variation in attention and alertness, noticeably over hours or days? For example, long periods of staring into space or lapses, or times when his/her ideas have a disorganized flow.) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGFRST UDS2 5. Indicate the predominant symptom which was first recognized as a decline in the subjects cognition 1 Memory,2 Judgment and problem solving,3 Language,4 Visuospatial function,5 Attention/concentration,6 Other (specify),7 Fluctuating cognition,88 N/A,99 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGFRSTX UDS2 specify the first prdominant symptom - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGJUDG UDS2_3 b. Judgement and problem-solving (For example, does s/he have trouble handling money (tips), paying bill, shopping, preparing meals, handling appliances, handling medications, driving?) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGLANG UDS2_3 c. Language (For example, does s/he have hesitant speech, have trouble finding words, use inappropriate words without self-correction?) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGMEM UDS2_3 a. Memory (For example, does s/he forget conversations and/or dates, repeat questions and/or statements, misplace more than usual, forget names of people s/he knows well?) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGMODE UDS2_3 6. Mode of onset of cognitive symptoms 1 Gradual,2 Subacute,3 Abrupt,4 Other mode (specify),88 N/A,99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGMODEX UDS2_3 6a. Mode of onset of cognitive symptoms, Other - x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGOTHR UDS2_3 g. Cognitive Symptoms, Other (If yes, then specify) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGOTHRX UDS2_3 Specify Other cognitive symptoms - x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGVIS UDS2_3 d. Visuospatial function (Difficulty interpreting visual stimuli and finding his/her way around.) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 COURSE UDS2_3 13. Course of overall cognitive/behavioral/motor syndrome 1 Gradually progressive,2 Stepwise,3 Static,4 Fluctuating,5 Improved,8 N/A,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 DECAGE UDS2_3 3b. At what age did the cognitive decline begin (based upon the clinicians assessment)? (999=Unknown) (888=N/A) 777 Age of onset provided at previous UDS visit,888 NA,999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 DECCLBE UDS3 DECCLBE 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 DECCLCOG UDS3 DECCLCOG 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 DECCLIN UDS2 3a. Does the clinician believe there has been a current meaningful decline in the subjects memory, non-memory cognitive abilities, behavior, or ability to manage his/her affairs, or have there been motor/movement changes? (if no, end form here) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 DECCLMOT UDS3 13. Based on the clinicians judgment is the subject currently experiencing any motor symptoms? 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 DECIN UDS2_3 2. Does the informant report a decline in subjects memory? 0 No,1 Yes,8 There is no co-participant x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 DECSUB UDS2_3 1. Does the subject report a decline in memory? 0 No,1 Yes,8 Could not be assessed/subject too impaired x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 FRSTCHG UDS2_3 14. Indicate the predominant domain which was first recognized as changed in the subject 0 Assessed at a previous UDS visit,1 Cognition,2 Behavior,3 Motor function,8 N/A,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 FTLDEVAL UDS3 FTLDEVAL 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 LBDEVAL UDS3 LBDEVAL 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 MOFALLS UDS2_3 b. Falls (Does the subject fall more than usual?) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 MOFRST UDS2_3 11. Indicate the predominant symptom which was first recognized as a decline in the subjects motor symptoms 1 Gait disorder,2 Falls,3 Tremor,4 Slowness,88 N/A,99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 MOGAIT UDS2_3 a. Gait disorder (Has the subjects walking changed, not specifically due to arthritis or an injury? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 MOMODE UDS2_3 12. Mode of onset of symptoms 1 Gradual,2 Subacute,3 Abrupt,4 Other mode (specify),88 N/A,99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 MOMOPARK UDS2_3 a. If there were changes in motor function, were these suggestive of parkinsonism? 0No,1Yes,9Unknown,88NA x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 MOSLOW UDS2_3 d. Slowness (Has the subject noticeably slowed down in walking or moving or handwriting, other than due to an injury or illness? Has his/her facial expression changed, or become morewooden or masked and unexpressive?) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Clinician judged Symp, B9 MOTREM UDS2_3 c. Tremor (Has the subject had rhythmic shaking, especially in the hands, arms, legs, head, mouth, or tongue?) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other CogImpairmt_subCateg UDS2_3 KU sub-diagnosis - x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other NACCalzd NACC Presumptive etiologic diagnosis of the cognitive disorder, Alzheimer?s disease 0 No (assumed assessed and found not present), 1 Yes, 8 No cognitive impairment x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other NACCalzp NACC Primary, contributing, or non-contributing cause of observed cognitive impairment, Alzheimer?s disease (AD) 1 Primary, 2 Contributing, 3 Non-Contributing, 7 Cognitively impaired but not AD diagnosis, 8 Diagnosis of normal cognition x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other NACCetpr NACC Primary Etiologic Diagnosis 1 = Alzheimer?s disease (AD), 2 = Lewy body disease (LBD), 3 = Multiple system atrophy (MSA), 4 = Progressive supranuclear, palsy (PSP), 5 = Corticobasal degeneration (CBD), 6 = FTLD with motor neuron disease (e.g., ALS), 7 = FTLD, other, 8 = Vascular brain injury or vascular dementia including stroke, 9 = Essential tremor, 10 = Down syndrome, 11 = Huntington?s disease, 12 = Prion disease (CJD, other), 13 = Traumatic brain injury (TBI), 14 = Normal-pressure hydrocephalus (NPH), 15 = Epilepsy, 16 = CNS neoplasm, 17 = Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), 18 = Other neurologic, genetic, or infectious condition, 19 = Depression, 20 = Bipolar disorder, 21 = Schizophrenia or other psychosis, 22 = Anxiety disorder, 23 = Delirium, 24 = Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), 25 = Other psychiatric disease, 26 = Cognitive impairment due to alcohol abuse, 27 = Cognitive impairment due to other substance abuse, 28 = Cognitive impairment due to systemic disease or medical illness, 29 = Cognitive impairment due to medications, 30 = Cognitive impairment for other specified reasons (i.e., written-in values), 88 = Not applicable, not cognitively impaired, 99 = Missing/unknown x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other NACCidem NACC Incident dementia during follow-up visit 0 = Did not progress to dementia, 1 progressed to dementia, 8 initial visit only or diagnosed with dementia at initial visit x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other NACCmcia NACC MCI domain affected ? attention 0 No, 1 Yes, 8 Not diagnosed with MCI x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other NACCmcie NACC MCI domain affected ?executive function 0 No, 1 Yes, 8 Not diagnosed with MCI x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other NACCmcii NACC Incident Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) during follow-up visit 0 = Did not progress to MCI, 1 progressed to MCI, 8 initial visit only or diagnosed with MCI or dementia at initial visit x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other NACCmcil NACC MCI domain affected ?language 0 No, 1 Yes, 8 Not diagnosed with MCI x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other NACCmciv NACC MCI domain affected ?visuospatial 0 No, 1 Yes, 8 Not diagnosed with MCI x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other NACCnorm NACC Normal cognition at all visits to date 0 Had a diagnosis other than normal cognition (impaired but not MCI, MCI or dementia) for at least one UDS visit, 1 Normal cognition at all UDS visits x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other NACCtmci NACC 5a.-5d. (4a-4d.) Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) type 1 Amnestic MCI- single domain, 2 Amnestic MCI- multiple domain, 3 Non-amnestic MCI- single domain, 4 Non-amnestic MCI- multiple domain, 8 No diagnosis of MCI x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other NACCudsd NACC Cognitive status at UDS visit (D1 UDS3 2.,3.,5. UDS2 2.,3.,4.) 1 Normal cognition, 2 Impaired-not-MCI, 3 MCI, 4 Dementia x15Aug2011 present
Diagnostics Diagnostics, Other primary_Dx UDS2_3 KU diagnosis - x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens APOE, TOMM40 geno_tomm40_allele_1 KU_MGM TOMM40: Allele:1 - x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens APOE, TOMM40 geno_tomm40_allele_2 KU_MGM TOMM40: Allele:2 - x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens APOE, TOMM40 geno_tomm40_rs2075650 KU_MGM TOMM40 rs2075650: - x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens APOE, TOMM40 haplo_haplotype KU_MGM Haplotype - x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens APOE, TOMM40 NACCapoe NACC APOE Genotype Combination 1 = e3/e3, 2 = e3/e4, 3 = e3/e2, 4 = e4/e4,5 = e4/e2, 6 = e2/e2, 9 = Missing/unknown/not assessed x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens Amyloid PET appv2_av45_results APP Amyloid status (from APP study PET scan) 1 not elevated amyloid, 2 elevated amyloid, 3 not elevated amyloid (enroll), 4 other x14Dec2012 x30Sep2018
Imaging, Specimens KU Blood Draw DNA KU Blood Draw DNA(Specimen) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Blood Draw Plasma KU Blood Draw Plasma(Specimen) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Blood Draw Platelet_FreePlasma KU Blood Draw Platelet-FreePlasma(Specimen) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Blood Draw Platelets KU Blood Draw Platelets(Specimen) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Blood Draw Serum KU Blood Draw Serum(Specimen) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Blood Draw WholeBlood KU Blood Draw WholeBlood(Specimen) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Blood Draw cybrid_successful KUCybrid Successful Cybrid: 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Blood Draw Cybrids KU Cybrids(Specimen) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Imaging ampet KU_Imaging Amyloid PET 1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Imaging cmri KU_Imaging Clinical structural MRI 1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Imaging ctscan KU_Imaging CT scan 1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Imaging fdgpet KU_Imaging FDG-PET 1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Imaging fmri KU_Imaging Functional MRI 1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Imaging ospect KU_Imaging Other SPECT 1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Imaging smri KU_Imaging Research structural MRI 1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens KU Imaging taupet KU_Imaging Tau PET 1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Brain_Stem KU FreeSurfer Brain-Stem, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary CC_Anterior KU FreeSurfer CC_Anterior, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary CC_Central KU FreeSurfer CC_Central, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary CC_Mid_Anterior KU FreeSurfer CC_Mid_Anterior, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary CC_Mid_Posterior KU FreeSurfer CC_Mid_Posterior, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary CC_Posterior KU FreeSurfer CC_Posterior, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary CSF KU FreeSurfer CSF, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Fifth_Ventricle KU FreeSurfer Fifth-Ventricle, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Fourth_Ventricle KU FreeSurfer Fourth-Ventricle, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary FSbuild KU FreeSurfer FreeSurfer version used to summarize MRIs null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_Accumbens_area KU FreeSurfer Left-Accumbens-area, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_Amygdala KU FreeSurfer Left-Amygdala, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_Caudate KU FreeSurfer Left-Caudate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_Cerebellum_Cortex KU FreeSurfer Left-Cerebellum-Cortex, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_Cerebellum_White_Matter KU FreeSurfer Left-Cerebellum-White-Matter, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_choroid_plexus KU FreeSurfer Left-choroid-plexus, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_Hippocampus KU FreeSurfer Left-Hippocampus, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_Inf_Lat_Vent KU FreeSurfer Left-Inf-Lat-Vent, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_Lateral_Ventricle KU FreeSurfer Left-Lateral-Ventricle, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_non_WM_hypointensities KU FreeSurfer Left-non-WM-hypointensities, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_Pallidum KU FreeSurfer Left-Pallidum, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_Putamen KU FreeSurfer Left-Putamen, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_Thalamus_Proper KU FreeSurfer Left-Thalamus-Proper, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_UnsegmentedWhiteMatter KU FreeSurfer Left-UnsegmentedWhiteMatter, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_VentralDC KU FreeSurfer Left-VentralDC, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_vessel KU FreeSurfer Left-vessel, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Left_WM_hypointensities KU FreeSurfer Left-WM-hypointensities, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_bankssts KU FreeSurfer lh_bankssts, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_caudalanteriorcingulate KU FreeSurfer lh_caudalanteriorcingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_caudalmiddlefrontal KU FreeSurfer lh_caudalmiddlefrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_cuneus KU FreeSurfer lh_cuneus, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_entorhinal KU FreeSurfer lh_entorhinal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_frontalpole KU FreeSurfer lh_frontalpole, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_fusiform KU FreeSurfer lh_fusiform, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_inferiorparietal KU FreeSurfer lh_inferiorparietal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_inferiortemporal KU FreeSurfer lh_inferiortemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_insula KU FreeSurfer lh_insula, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_isthmuscingulate KU FreeSurfer lh_isthmuscingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_lateraloccipital KU FreeSurfer lh_lateraloccipital, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_lateralorbitofrontal KU FreeSurfer lh_lateralorbitofrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_lingual KU FreeSurfer lh_lingual, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_medialorbitofrontal KU FreeSurfer lh_medialorbitofrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_middletemporal KU FreeSurfer lh_middletemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_paracentral KU FreeSurfer lh_paracentral, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_parahippocampal KU FreeSurfer lh_parahippocampal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_parsopercularis KU FreeSurfer lh_parsopercularis, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_parsorbitalis KU FreeSurfer lh_parsorbitalis, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_parstriangularis KU FreeSurfer lh_parstriangularis, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_pericalcarine KU FreeSurfer lh_pericalcarine, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_postcentral KU FreeSurfer lh_postcentral, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_posteriorcingulate KU FreeSurfer lh_posteriorcingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_precentral KU FreeSurfer lh_precentral, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_precuneus KU FreeSurfer lh_precuneus, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_rostralanteriorcingulate KU FreeSurfer lh_rostralanteriorcingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_rostralmiddlefrontal KU FreeSurfer lh_rostralmiddlefrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_superiorfrontal KU FreeSurfer lh_superiorfrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_superiorparietal KU FreeSurfer lh_superiorparietal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_superiortemporal KU FreeSurfer lh_superiortemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_supramarginal KU FreeSurfer lh_supramarginal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_temporalpole KU FreeSurfer lh_temporalpole, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary lh_transversetemporal KU FreeSurfer lh_transversetemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary non_WM_hypointensities KU FreeSurfer non-WM-hypointensities, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Optic_Chiasm KU FreeSurfer Optic-Chiasm, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_bankssts KU FreeSurfer rh_bankssts, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_caudalanteriorcingulate KU FreeSurfer rh_caudalanteriorcingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_caudalmiddlefrontal KU FreeSurfer rh_caudalmiddlefrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_cuneus KU FreeSurfer rh_cuneus, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_entorhinal KU FreeSurfer rh_entorhinal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_frontalpole KU FreeSurfer rh_frontalpole, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_fusiform KU FreeSurfer rh_fusiform, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_inferiorparietal KU FreeSurfer rh_inferiorparietal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_inferiortemporal KU FreeSurfer rh_inferiortemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_insula KU FreeSurfer rh_insula, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_isthmuscingulate KU FreeSurfer rh_isthmuscingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_lateraloccipital KU FreeSurfer rh_lateraloccipital, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_lateralorbitofrontal KU FreeSurfer rh_lateralorbitofrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_lingual KU FreeSurfer rh_lingual, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_medialorbitofrontal KU FreeSurfer rh_medialorbitofrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_middletemporal KU FreeSurfer rh_middletemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_paracentral KU FreeSurfer rh_paracentral, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_parahippocampal KU FreeSurfer rh_parahippocampal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_parsopercularis KU FreeSurfer rh_parsopercularis, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_parsorbitalis KU FreeSurfer rh_parsorbitalis, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_parstriangularis KU FreeSurfer rh_parstriangularis, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_pericalcarine KU FreeSurfer rh_pericalcarine, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_postcentral KU FreeSurfer rh_postcentral, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_posteriorcingulate KU FreeSurfer rh_posteriorcingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_precentral KU FreeSurfer rh_precentral, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_precuneus KU FreeSurfer rh_precuneus, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_rostralanteriorcingulate KU FreeSurfer rh_rostralanteriorcingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_rostralmiddlefrontal KU FreeSurfer rh_rostralmiddlefrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_superiorfrontal KU FreeSurfer rh_superiorfrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_superiorparietal KU FreeSurfer rh_superiorparietal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_superiortemporal KU FreeSurfer rh_superiortemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_supramarginal KU FreeSurfer rh_supramarginal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_temporalpole KU FreeSurfer rh_temporalpole, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary rh_transversetemporal KU FreeSurfer rh_transversetemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_Accumbens_area KU FreeSurfer Right_Accumbens_area, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_Amygdala KU FreeSurfer Right_Amygdala, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_Caudate KU FreeSurfer Right_Caudate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_Cerebellum_Cortex KU FreeSurfer Right_Cerebellum_Cortex, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_Cerebellum_White_Matter KU FreeSurfer Right_Cerebellum_White_Matter, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_choroid_plexus KU FreeSurfer Right_choroid_plexus, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_Hippocampus KU FreeSurfer Right_Hippocampus, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_Inf_Lat_Vent KU FreeSurfer Right_Inf_Lat_Vent, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_Lateral_Ventricle KU FreeSurfer Right_Lateral_Ventricle, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_non_WM_hypointensities KU FreeSurfer Right_non_WM_hypointensities, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_Pallidum KU FreeSurfer Right_Pallidum, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_Putamen KU FreeSurfer Right_Putamen, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_Thalamus_Proper KU FreeSurfer Right_Thalamus_Proper, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_UnsegmentedWhiteMatter KU FreeSurfer Right_UnsegmentedWhiteMatter, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_VentralDC KU FreeSurfer Right_VentralDC, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_vessel KU FreeSurfer Right_vessel, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Right_WM_hypointensities KU FreeSurfer Right_WM_hypointensities, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Third_Ventricle KU FreeSurfer Third_Ventricle, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary TICV KU FreeSurfer TICV, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Total_GM_Volume KU FreeSurfer Total_GM_Volume, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary Total_WM_Volume KU FreeSurfer Total_WM_Volume, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary WM_hypointensities KU FreeSurfer WM_hypointensities, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_bankssts KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_bankssts, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_caudalanteriorcingulate KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_caudalanteriorcingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_caudalmiddlefrontal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_caudalmiddlefrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_cuneus KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_cuneus, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_entorhinal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_entorhinal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_frontalpole KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_frontalpole, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_fusiform KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_fusiform, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_inferiorparietal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_inferiorparietal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_inferiortemporal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_inferiortemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_insula KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_insula, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_isthmuscingulate KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_isthmuscingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_lateraloccipital KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_lateraloccipital, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_lateralorbitofrontal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_lateralorbitofrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_lingual KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_lingual, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_medialorbitofrontal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_medialorbitofrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_middletemporal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_middletemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_paracentral KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_paracentral, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_parahippocampal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_parahippocampal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_parsopercularis KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_parsopercularis, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_parsorbitalis KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_parsorbitalis, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_parstriangularis KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_parstriangularis, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_pericalcarine KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_pericalcarine, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_postcentral KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_postcentral, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_posteriorcingulate KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_posteriorcingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_precentral KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_precentral, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_precuneus KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_precuneus, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_rostralanteriorcingulate KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_rostralanteriorcingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_rostralmiddlefrontal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_rostralmiddlefrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_superiorfrontal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_superiorfrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_superiorparietal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_superiorparietal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_superiortemporal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_superiortemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_supramarginal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_supramarginal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_temporalpole KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_temporalpole, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_lh_transversetemporal KU FreeSurfer wm_lh_transversetemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_bankssts KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_bankssts, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_caudalanteriorcingulate KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_caudalanteriorcingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_caudalmiddlefrontal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_caudalmiddlefrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_cuneus KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_cuneus, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_entorhinal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_entorhinal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_frontalpole KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_frontalpole, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_fusiform KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_fusiform, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_inferiorparietal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_inferiorparietal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_inferiortemporal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_inferiortemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_insula KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_insula, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_isthmuscingulate KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_isthmuscingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_lateraloccipital KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_lateraloccipital, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_lateralorbitofrontal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_lateralorbitofrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_lingual KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_lingual, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_medialorbitofrontal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_medialorbitofrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_middletemporal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_middletemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_paracentral KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_paracentral, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_parahippocampal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_parahippocampal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_parsopercularis KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_parsopercularis, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_parsorbitalis KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_parsorbitalis, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_parstriangularis KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_parstriangularis, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_pericalcarine KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_pericalcarine, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_postcentral KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_postcentral, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_posteriorcingulate KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_posteriorcingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_precentral KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_precentral, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_precuneus KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_precuneus, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_rostralanteriorcingulate KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_rostralanteriorcingulate, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_rostralmiddlefrontal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_rostralmiddlefrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_superiorfrontal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_superiorfrontal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_superiorparietal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_superiorparietal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_superiortemporal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_superiortemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_supramarginal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_supramarginal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_temporalpole KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_temporalpole, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens MRI summary wm_rh_transversetemporal KU FreeSurfer wm_rh_transversetemporal, MRI summary from FreeSurfer null x15Aug2011 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology Date_Form np v10 Date the neuropathology form was completed. - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPABAN np v10 10.b. Amyloid beta antibody (check one) 1 4G8,2 10D5,7 Other (specify),8 Not assessed x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPABANX np v10 Other (specify) - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPADNC np v10 11.d. NIA-AA Alzheimers disease neuropathologic change (ADNC) 0 Not AD,1 Low ADNC,2 Intermediate ADNC,3 High ADNC,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPALSMND np v10 17.d. ALS/motor neuron disease (MND) present? (Check one) 0 No,1 Yes, with TDP-43 inclusions in motor neurons,2 Yes, with FUS inclusions in motor neurons,3 Yes, with SOD1 inclusions in motor neurons,4 Yes, with other inclusions,5 Yes, with no specific inclusions,8 Not assessed,9 Missing / unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPAMY np v10 11.e.2. Cerebral amyloid angiopathy (check one) 0 None,1 Mild,2 Moderate,3 Severe,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPARTER np v10 12.e. Arteriolosclerosis? (check one) (Assessed in subcortical white or gray matter) 0 None,1 Mild,2 Moderate,3 Severe,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPASAN np v10 10.c. Alpha synuclein antibody (check one) 1 Non-phospho specific (e.g., LB509),2 Phospho-specific (e.g., pSYN#64),7 Other (specify),8 Not assessed x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPASANX np v10 Other Alpha synuclein antibody (specify) - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPAVAS np v10 9.c.6. Atherosclerosis (of the circle of Willis) 0 None,1 Mild,2 Moderate,3 Severe,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPBNKA np v10 19.a. Banked frozen brain or half brain 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPBNKB np v10 19.b. Banked frozen wedge of cerebellum or other sample for future DNA prep 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPBNKC np v10 19.c. Formalin - or paraformaldehyde - fixed brain 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPBNKD np v10 19.d. Paraffin - embedded blocks of brain regions 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPBNKE np v10 19.e. Banked postmortem CSF 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPBNKF np v10 19.f. Banked postmortem blood or seum 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPBNKG np v10 19.g. Banked DNA 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPBRAAK np v10 11.b. Braak stage for neurofibrillary degeneration B score 0 Stage 0: AD-type neurofibrillary degeneration not present (B0),1 Stage I (B1),2 Stage II (B1),3 Stage III (B2),4 Stage IV (B2),5 Stage V (B3),6 Stage VI (B3),7 The presence of a tauopathy (other than aging/AD) precludes Braak staging,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPCORT np v10 17.b3. FTLD-tau (CBD) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPDAGE np v10 5. Age at death - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPDIFF np v10 11.e.1. CERAD semi-quantitative score for diffuse plaques 0 No diffuse plaques,1 Sparse diffuse plaques,2 Moderate diffuse plaques,3 Severe diffuse plaques,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPDODDY np v10 6b. Date of death - day (DD) - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPDODMO np v10 6a. Date of death - month (MM) - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPDODYR np v10 6c. Date of death - year (YYYY) - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFAUT np v10 19.h. Full autopsy performed? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFAUT1 np v10 Neuropathological major finding 1 - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFAUT2 np v10 Neuropathological major finding 2 - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFAUT3 np v10 Neuropathological major finding 3 - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFAUT4 np v10 Neuropathological major finding 4 - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFIX np v10 8. Fixative 1 Formalin,2 Paraformaldehyde,7 Other (specify) x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFIXX np v10 other fixative (specify) - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFORMDY np v10 Date form completed, day - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFORMMO np v10 Date form completed, month - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFORMYR np v10 Date form completed, year - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFTDT10 np v10 17.b10. Other 3R + 4R tauopathy 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFTDT2 np v10 17.b2. Other 3R tauopathy (includes MAPT mutation tauopathy) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFTDT5 np v10 17.b5. Argyrophilic grains 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFTDT6 np v10 17.b6. Other 4R tauopathy 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFTDT7 np v10 17.b7. Chronic traumatic encephalopathy 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFTDT8 np v10 17.b8. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)/ Parkinsonism-dementia complex of Guam 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFTDT9 np v10 17.b9. Tangle dominant disease 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFTDTAU np v10 17.a. FTLD with tau pathology (FTLD-tau) or other tauopathy (Check one) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPFTDTDP np v10 17.c. FTLD with TDP-43 pathology (FTLD-TDP)? (Check one) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPGRCCA np v10 9.c.1. Cerebral cortex atrophy 0 None,1 Mild,2 Moderate,3 Severe,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPGRHA np v10 9.c.3. Hippocampus atrophy 0 None,1 Mild,2 Moderate,3 Severe,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPGRLA np v10 9.c.2. Lobar atrophy (significant frontal and/or temporal atrophy) 0 None,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPGRLCH np v10 9.c.5. L. ceruleus hypopigmentation 0 None,1 Mild,2 Moderate,3 Severe,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPGRSNH np v10 9.c.4. Substantia nigra hypopigmentation 0 None,1 Mild,2 Moderate,3 Severe,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPHEMO np v10 12.b. Were single or multiple old hemorrhages observed grossly? 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPHEMO1 np v10 12.b.1. Subdural or epidural hemorrhage 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPHEMO2 np v10 12.b.2. Primary parenchymal hemorrhage Include those >5mm. If ? 5mm, include as microbleed 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPHEMO3 np v10 12.b.3. Secondary parenchymal hemorrhage (e.g., tumor, vascular malformation) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPHIPSCL np v10 hippocampal sclerosis (CA1 and/or subiculum) 0 None,1 Unilateral,2 Bilateral,3 Present but laterality not assessed,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPHISG np v10 10.e.2. Gallyas 0 No,1 Yes x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPHISMB np v10 10.e.1. Modified Bielschowsky 0 No,1 Yes x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPHISO np v10 10.e.5. Other (specify) 0 No,1 Yes x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPHISOX np v10 other histochemical stains (specify) - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPHISSS np v10 10.e.3. Other silver stain 0 No,1 Yes x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPHIST np v10 10.e.4. Thioflavin 0 No,1 Yes x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPID np v10 3. Neuropath ID - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF np v10 12.a. Old infarcts observed grossly, including lacunes? (check one) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF1A np v10 12.a.1.a. Cerebral cortex - Number 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF1B np v10 12.a.1.b. Cerebral cortex - Size of largest (greatest dimension in cm) 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF1D np v10 12.a.1.c. Cerebral cortex - Size of next (greatest dimension in cm) 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF1F np v10 12.a.1.d. Cerebral cortex - Size of next (greatest dimension in cm) 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF2A np v10 12.a.2.a. Subcortical cerebral white matter and periventricular white matter - Number 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF2B np v10 12.a.2.b. Subcortical cerebral white matter and periventricular white matter - Size of largest (greatest dimension in cm) 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF2D np v10 12.a.2.c. Subcortical cerebral white matter and periventricular white matter - Size of next (greatest dimension in cm) 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF2F np v10 12.a.2.d. Subcortical cerebral white matter and periventricular white matter - Size of next (greatest dimension in cm) 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF3A np v10 12.a.3.a. Deep cerebral gray matter or internal capsule - Number 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF3B np v10 12.a.3.b. Deep cerebral gray matter or internal capsule - Size of largest (greatest dimension in cm) 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF3D np v10 12.a.3.c. Deep cerebral gray matter or internal capsule - Size of next (greatest dimension in cm) 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF3F np v10 12.a.3.d. Deep cerebral gray matter or internal capsule - Size of next (greatest dimension in cm) 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF4A np v10 12.a.4.a. Brainstem or cerebellum - Number 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF4B np v10 12.a.4.b. Brainstem or cerebellum - Size of largest (greatest dimension in cm) 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF4D np v10 12.a.4.c. Brainstem or cerebellum - Size of next (greatest dimension in cm) 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPINF4F np v10 12.a.4.d. Brainstem or cerebellum - Size of next (greatest dimension in cm) 88 NA,99 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPLBOD np v10 Is there evidence of Lewy body pathology? (check one) 0 No,1 Brainstem predominant,2 Limbic (transitional),3 Neocortical (diffuse),4 Amygdala predominant,5 Olfactory bulb,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPNEC np v10 12.g.1. Laminar necrosis 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPNEUR np v10 11.c. CERAD score for density of neocortical neuritic plaque 0 No neuritic plaques (C0),1 Sparse neuritic plaques (C1),2 Moderate neuritic plaques (C2),3 Frequent neuritic plaques (C3),8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPNLOSS np v10 neuron loss in substantia nigra 0 None,1 Mild,2 Moderate,3 Severe,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOFTD np v10 17.e. Other FTLD? (Check one) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOFTD1 np v10 17.f.1. Atypical FTLD-U (aFTLD-U) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOFTD2 np v10 17.f.2. NIFID (neuronal intermediate filament inclusions disease) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOFTD3 np v10 17.f.3. BIBD (basophillic incusions body disease) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOFTD4 np v10 17.f.4. FTLD-UPS (ubiquitin-proteasome system ) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOFTD5 np v10 17.f.5. FTLD-NOS (includes dementia lacking distinctive histology (DLDH) and FTLD with no inclusions (FTLD-NI) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOLD np v10 12.c. Old microinfarcts (not observed grossly)? (check one) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOLD1 np v10 12.c.1. Number in screening sections of cerebral cortex (gray matter of cerebral cortex) 0,1,2,3 or more,8 Not assessed,9 Missing /unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOLD2 np v10 12.c.2. Number in screening sections of subcortical white matter and periventricular white matter 0,1,2,3 or more,8 Not assessed,9 Missing /unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOLD3 np v10 12.c.3. Number in screening sections of subcortical gray matter 0,1,2,3 or more,8 Not assessed,9 Missing /unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOLD4 np v10 12.c.4. Number in brainstem and cerebellum 0,1,2,3 or more,8 Not assessed,9 Missing /unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOLDD np v10 12.d. Old cerebral microbleeds? (check one) Include old hemorrhages that are ?5mm. 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOLDD1 np v10 12.d.1. Number in screening sections of cerebral cortex 0,1,2,3 or more,8 Not assessed,9 Missing /unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOLDD2 np v10 12.d.2. Number in screening sections of subcortical white matter and periventricular white matter 0,1,2,3 or more,8 Not assessed,9 Missing /unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOLDD3 np v10 12.d.3. Number in screening sections of subcortical gray matter 0,1,2,3 or more,8 Not assessed,9 Missing /unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPOLDD4 np v10 12.d.4. Number in brainstem and cerebellum 0,1,2,3 or more,8 Not assessed,9 Missing /unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPATH np v10 12.g. Other pathologic changes related to ischemic or vascular disease not previously specified? (check one) 0 None,1 Mild,2 Moderate,3 Severe,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPATH10 np v10 12.g.10. CADASIL 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPATH11 np v10 12.g.11. Mineralization of blood vessels 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPATH2 np v10 12.g.2. Acute neuronal necrosis 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPATH3 np v10 12.g.3. Acute/subacute gross infarcts 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPATH4 np v10 12.g.4. Acute/subacute microinfarcts 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPATH5 np v10 12.g.5. Acute/subacute gross hemorrhage 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPATH6 np v10 12.g.6. Acute/subacute microhemorrhage 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPATH7 np v10 12.g.7. Vascular malformation of any type 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPATH8 np v10 12.g.8. Aneurysm of any type 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPATH9 np v10 12.g.9. Vasculitis of any type 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPATHO np v10 12.g.12. Other ischemic or vascular pathology 0 No,1 Yes x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPATHOX np v10 12.g.x other ischemic or vascular pathology (specify) - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXA np v10 18.a. Pigment-spheroid degeneration/NBIA 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXB np v10 18.b. Multiple system atrophy 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXC np v10 18.c. Prion disease 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXD np v10 18.d. Trinucleotide disease (Huntington disease, SCA, other) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXE np v10 18.e. Malformation of cortical development 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXF np v10 18.f. Metabolic/storage disorder of any type 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXG np v10 18.g. WM disease, leukodystrophy 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXH np v10 18.h. WM disease, multiple sclerosis or other demyelinating disease 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXI np v10 18.i. Contusion/traumatic brain injury of any type, acute 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXJ np v10 18.j. Contusion/traumatic brain injury of any type, chronic 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXK np v10 18.k. Neoplasm, primary 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXL np v10 18.l. Neoplasm, metastatic 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXM np v10 18.m. Infectious process of any type (encephalitis, abscess, etc.) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXN np v10 18.n. Herniation, any site 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXO np v10 18.o. Trisomy 21/Down Syndrome 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXP np v10 18.p. AD-related genes (dominantly inherited) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXQ np v10 18.q. FTLD-related genes (dominantly inherited) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXR np v10 18.r. First other pathologic diagnosis 0 No,1 Yes x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXRX np v10 18.r.1First other pathologic diagnosis (specify) - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXS np v10 18.s. Second other pathologic diagnosis 0 No,1 Yes x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXSX np v10 18.s.1 Second other pathologic diagnosis (specify) - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXT np v10 18.t. Third other pathologic diagnosis 0 No,1 Yes x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPDXTX np v10 18.r.1 Third other pathologic diagnosis (specify) - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPICK np v10 17.b1. FTLD-tau (PiD) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPMIH np v10 7. Postmortem interval (PMI) time between death and brain removal - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPPROG np v10 17.b4. FTLD-tau (PSP) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPSEX np v10 4. Sex (check one) 1 Male,2 Female x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPTAN np v10 10.a. Tau antibody (check one) 1 Non-phospho specific,2 PHF1,3 CP13,4 AT8,7 Other (specify),8 Not assessed x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPTANX np v10 10.a.1Other Tau antibody (specify) - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPTDPA np v10 16.a. Distribution of TDP-43 immunoreactive inclusions ?Spinal cord 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPTDPAN np v10 10.d. TDP-43 antibody (check one) 1 Non-phospho specific,2 Phospho-specific,7 Other (specify),8 Not assessed x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPTDPANX np v10 10.d.1 Other TDP-43 antibody (specify) - x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPTDPB np v10 16.b. Distribution of TDP-43 immunoreactive inclusions ?Amygdala 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPTDPC np v10 16.c. Distribution of TDP-43 immunoreactive inclusions ?Hippocampus 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPTDPD np v10 16.d. Distribution of TDP-43 immunoreactive inclusions ?Entorhinal/inferior temporal cortex 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPTDPE np v10 16.e. Distribution of TDP-43 immunoreactive inclusions ?Neocortex 0 No,1 Yes,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPTHAL np v10 11.a. Thal phase for amyloid plaques by immunohisto-chemistry (IHC) A score 0 Phase 0 (A0),1 Phase 1 (A1),2 Phase 2 (A1),3 Phase 3 (A2),4 Phase 4 (A3),5 Phase 5 (A3),8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPWBRF np v10 9b. Does the value in Question 9a represent fresh or fixed weight? (check one) 1 Fresh,2 Fixed,8 Not applicable x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPWBRWT np v10 9a. Whole brain weight (if half brain, multiply weight by two) 9999 Unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NPWMR np v10 12.f. White matter rarefaction? (check one) (H&E or myelin stain may be used) 0 None,1 Mild,2 Moderate,3 Severe,8 Not assessed,9 Missing/unknown x01Jan2014 present
Imaging, Specimens Neuropathology NACCautp v10 Neuropathology data from an autopsy is available 0 No, 1 Yes, 8 Not applicable, subject not deceased x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Clinician Diagnosis, D1 ANXIET UDS3 29. Anxiety disorder 0Absent,1Present x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 AFIBRILL UDS3 5. Atrial fibrillation 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 ANGINA UDS3 7. Angina 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 ANGIOCP UDS3 18. Carotid procedure: angioplasty, endarterectomy, or stent 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 ANGIOPCI UDS3 19. Percutaneous coronary intervention: angioplasty and/or stent 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 ANTIENC UDS3 22. Antibody-mediated encephalopathy 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 ARTH UDS3 11. Arthritis. If No or Not assessed, SKIP TO QUESTION 12 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 ARTLOEX UDS3 11b2. Arthritis, Lower extremity 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 ARTSPIN UDS3 11b3. Arthritis, Spine 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 ARTUNKN UDS3 11b4. Arthritis, Unknown 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 ARTUPEX UDS3 11b1. Arthritis, Upper extremity 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 BOWLINC UDS3 13. Incontinence - bowel 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 CANCER UDS3 1. Cancer (excluding non-melanoma skin cancer), primary or metastatic 0 No (SKIP TO QUESTION 2),1 Yes, primary/non-metastatic,2 Yes, metastatic,8 Not assessed (SKIP TO QUESTION 2) x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 CONGHRT UDS3 4. Congestive heart failure 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 DEPOTHR UDS2 6b.(7d2) Other episodes (prior to 2 years) 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 DIABET UDS3 2. Diabetes 0 No,1 Yes, Type I,2 Yes, Type II,3 Yes, other type(diabetes insipidus, latent autoimmune diabetes/type 1.5, gestational diabetes),9 Not assessed or unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 HVALVE UDS3 21. Procedure: heart valve replacement or repair 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 HYPCHOL UDS3 8. Hypercholesterolemia 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 HYPERT UDS3 6. Hypertension 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 HYPOSOM UDS3 16. Hyposomnia/insomnia 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 MYOINF UDS3 3. Myocardial infarct 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 OTHCOND UDS3 23. Other medical conditions or procedures not listed above 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 PACEMAKE UDS3 20. Procedure: pacemaker and/or defibrillator 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 REMDIS UDS3 15. REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 SLEEPAP UDS3 14. Sleep apnea 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 SLEEPOTH UDS3 17. Other sleep disorder (SPECIFY BELOW): 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 THYDIS UDS3 10. Thyroid disease 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 URINEINC UDS3 12. Incontinence - urinary 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician assessed, D2 VB12DEF UDS3 9. B12 deficiency - x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician judged Symp, B9 ALSAGE UDS3 ALSAGE 777 Age of onset provided at previous UDS visit x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEAGE UDS3 BEAGE 777 Age of onset provided at previous UDS visit x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEANX UDS3 BEANX 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEFPRED UDS3 BEFPRED 0 Assessed at a previous UDS visit,1 Apathy/ withdrawal,2 Depressed mood,3 Psychosis,4 Disinhibition,5 Irritability,6 Agitation,7 Personality change,8 REM sleep behavior disorder,9 Anxiety x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEREMAGO UDS3 BEREMAGO 777 Age of onset provided at previous UDS visit x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician judged Symp, B9 BEVHAGO UDS3 BEVHAGO 777 Age of onset provided at previous UDS visit,888 N/A, not well formed x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGFLAGO UDS3 COGFLAGO 777 Age of onset provided at previous UDS visit x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGFPRED UDS3 COGFPRED 1 Memory,2 Orientation,3 Executive Function - Judgment, planning, problem-solving,4 Language,5 Visuospatial function,6 Attention/concentration,7 Fluctuating cognition,8 Other (specify),99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician judged Symp, B9 COGORI UDS3 COGORI 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician judged Symp, B9 MOAGE UDS3 MOAGE 777 Age of onset provided at previous UDS visit x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician judged Symp, B9 MOMOALS UDS3 MOMOALS 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Clinician judged Symp, B9 PARKAGE UDS3 PARKAGE 777 Age of onset provided at previous UDS visit x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID2AGD UDS3 7ab3. Child 2 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID2AGO UDS3 7ab7. Child 2 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID2DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID2LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID2MOB UDS3 7ab1. Child 2 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID2MOE UDS3 7ab6. Child 2 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID2NEU UDS3 7ab4. Child 2 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID2ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID2PDX UDS3 7ab5. Child 2 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID2YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID2YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID3AGD UDS3 7ac3. Child 3 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID3AGO UDS3 7ac7. Child 3 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID3DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID3LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID3MOB UDS3 7ac1. Child 3 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID3MOE UDS3 7ac6. Child 3 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID3NEU UDS3 7ac4. Child 3 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID3ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID3PDX UDS3 7ac5. Child 3 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID3YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID3YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID4AGD UDS3 7d3. Child 4 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID4AGO UDS3 7d7. Child 4 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID4DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID4LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID4MOB UDS3 7d1. Child 4 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID4MOE UDS3 7d6. Child 4 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID4NEU UDS3 7d4. Child 4 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID4ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID4PDX UDS3 7d5. Child 4 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID4YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID4YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID5AGD UDS3 7e3. Child 5 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID5AGO UDS3 7e7. Child 5 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID5DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID5LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID5MOB UDS3 7e1. Child 5 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID5MOE UDS3 7e6. Child 5 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID5NEU UDS3 7e4. Child 5 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID5ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID5PDX UDS3 7e5. Child 5 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID5YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID5YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID6AGD UDS3 7f3. Child 6 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID6AGO UDS3 7f7. Child 6 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID6DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID6LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID6MOB UDS3 7f1. Child 6 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID6MOE UDS3 7f6. Child 6 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID6NEU UDS3 7f4. Child 6 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID6ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID6PDX UDS3 7f5. Child 6 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID6YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID6YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID7AGD UDS3 7g3. Child 7 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID7AGO UDS3 7g7. Child 7 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID7DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID7LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID7MOB UDS3 7g1. Child 7 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID7MOE UDS3 7g6. Child 7 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID7NEU UDS3 7g4. Child 7 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID7ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID7PDX UDS3 7g5. Child 7 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID7YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID7YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID8AGD UDS3 7h3. Child 8 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID8AGO UDS3 7h7. Child 8 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID8DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID8LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID8MOB UDS3 7h1. Child 8 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID8MOE UDS3 7h6. Child 8 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID8NEU UDS3 7h4. Child 8 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID8ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID8PDX UDS3 7h5. Child 8 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID8YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID8YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID9AGD UDS3 7i3. Child 9 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID9AGO UDS3 7i7. Child 9 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID9DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID9LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID9MOB UDS3 7i1. Child 9 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID9MOE UDS3 7i6. Child 9 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID9NEU UDS3 7i4. Child 9 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID9ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID9PDX UDS3 7i5. Child 9 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID9YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID9YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KIDCHG UDS2 Change in children information since last UDS visit? 0 child history changed since previous visit,1 no changes in children history since previous visit x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KIDS UDS2 6. How many biological children did the subject have? (99=Unknown) 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 MOMAGEO UDS3 5a7. Mother - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 MOMDAGE UDS3 5a3. Mother - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 MOMDEM UDS2 d. Does/did this parent have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 MOMLIV UDS2 b. Is the parent still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 MOMMOB UDS3 5a1. Mother - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 MOMMOE UDS3 5a6. Mother - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 MOMNEUR UDS3 5a4. Mother - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 MOMONSET UDS2 e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999=unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 MOMPRDX UDS3 5a5. Mother - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 MOMYOB UDS2_3 a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 MOMYOD UDS2 c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 NACCdad NACC Father with cognitive impariment 0 no report of cognitive impairment, 1 Father reported as cognitively impaired, 9 unknown, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 NACCfadm NACC In this family, is there evidence of a dominantly inherited AD mutation? (A3 2a. 1-3,8) 0 No/Unknown, 1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 NACCfftd NACC In this family, is there evidence for an FTLD mutation? 0 No/Unknown, 1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 NACCmom NACC Mother with cognitive impariment 0 no report of cognitive impairment, 1 Mother reported as cognitively impaired, 9 unknown, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 NWINFKID UDS3 7a. New information on biological children? 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 NWINFPAR UDS3 NWINFPAR 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 NWINFSIB UDS3 NWINFSIB 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 PARCHG UDS2 Changes in parent information since previous UDS visit 0 parent history changed since previous visit,1 no changes in parent history since previous visit x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL10LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL10ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL10YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL10YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL11LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL11ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL11YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL11YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL12LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL12ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL12YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL12YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL13LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL13ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL13YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL13YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL14LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL14ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL14YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL14YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL15LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL15ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL15YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL15YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL1LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL1ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL1YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL1YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL2LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL2ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL2YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL2YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL3LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL3ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL3YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL3YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL4LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL4ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL4YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL4YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL5LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL5ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL5YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL5YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL6LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL6ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL6YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL6YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL7LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL7ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL7YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL7YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL8LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL8ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL8YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL8YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL9LIV UDS2 9b. Is the relative still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL9ONS UDS2 9d. Indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL9YOB UDS2 9a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 REL9YOD UDS2 9c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 RELCHG UDS2 Change in relative information since previous UDS visit? 0 relative history changed since previous visit,1 no changes in relative history since previous visit x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 RELSDEM UDS2 8. Number of other demented relatives (cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, half siblings), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis. (99=Unknown) 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB10AGD UDS3 6aj3. Sibling 10 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB10AGO UDS3 6aj7. Sibling 10 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB10DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB10LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB10MOB UDS3 6aj1. Sibling 10 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB10MOE UDS3 6aj6. Sibling 10 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB10NEU UDS3 6aj4. Sibling 10 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB10ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB10PDX UDS3 6aj5. Sibling 10 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB10YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB10YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB11AGD UDS3 6ak3. Sibling 11 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB11AGO UDS3 6ak7. Sibling 11 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB11DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB11LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB11MOB UDS3 6ak1. Sibling 11 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB11MOE UDS3 6ak6. Sibling 11 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB11NEU UDS3 6ak4. Sibling 11 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB11ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB11PDX UDS3 6ak5. Sibling 11 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB11YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB11YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB12AGD UDS3 6al3. Sibling 12 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB12AGO UDS3 6al7. Sibling 12 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB12DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB12LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB12MOB UDS3 6al1. Sibling 12 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB12MOE UDS3 6al6. Sibling 12 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB12NEU UDS3 6al4. Sibling 12 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB12ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB12PDX UDS3 6al5. Sibling 12 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB12YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB12YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB13AGD UDS3 6am3. Sibling 13 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB13AGO UDS3 6am7. Sibling 13 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB13DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB13LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB13MOB UDS3 6am1. Sibling 13 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB13MOE UDS3 6am6. Sibling 13 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB13NEU UDS3 6am4. Sibling 13 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB13ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB13PDX UDS3 6am5. Sibling 13 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB13YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB13YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB14AGD UDS3 6an3. Sibling 14 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB14AGO UDS3 6an7. Sibling 14 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB14DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB14LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB14MOB UDS3 6an1. Sibling 14 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB14MOE UDS3 6an6. Sibling 14 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB14NEU UDS3 6an4. Sibling 14 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB14ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB14PDX UDS3 6an5. Sibling 14 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB14YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB14YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB15AGD UDS3 6ao3. Sibling 15 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB15AGO UDS3 6ao7. Sibling 15 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB15DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB15LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB15MOB UDS3 6ao1. Sibling 15 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB15MOE UDS3 6ao6. Sibling 15 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB15NEU UDS3 6ao4. Sibling 15 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB15ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB15PDX UDS3 6ao5. Sibling 15 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB15YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB15YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB16AGD UDS3 6ap3. Sibling 16 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB16AGO UDS3 6ap7. Sibling 16 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB16DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB16LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB16MOB UDS3 6ap1. Sibling 16 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB16MOE UDS3 6ap6. Sibling 16 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB16NEU UDS3 6ap4. Sibling 16 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB16ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB16PDX UDS3 6ap5. Sibling 16 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB16YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB16YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB17AGD UDS3 6aq3. Sibling 17 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB17AGO UDS3 6aq7. Sibling 17 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB17DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB17LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB17MOB UDS3 6aq1. Sibling 17 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB17MOE UDS3 6aq6. Sibling 17 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB17NEU UDS3 6aq4. Sibling 17 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB17ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB17PDX UDS3 6aq5. Sibling 17 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB17YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB17YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB18AGD UDS3 6ar3. Sibling 18 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB18AGO UDS3 6ar7. Sibling 18 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB18DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB18LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB18MOB UDS3 6ar1. Sibling 18 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB18MOE UDS3 6ar6. Sibling 18 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB18NEU UDS3 6ar4. Sibling 18 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB18ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB18PDX UDS3 6ar5. Sibling 18 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB18YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB18YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB19AGD UDS3 6as3. Sibling 19 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB19AGO UDS3 6as7. Sibling 19 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB19DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB19LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB19MOB UDS3 6as1. Sibling 19 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB19MOE UDS3 6as6. Sibling 19 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB19NEU UDS3 6as4. Sibling 19 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB19ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB19PDX UDS3 6as5. Sibling 19 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB19YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB19YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB1AGD UDS3 6aa3. Sibling 1 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB1AGO UDS3 6aa7. Sibling 1 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB1DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB1LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB1MOB UDS3 6aa1. Sibling 1 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB1MOE UDS3 6aa6. Sibling 1 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB1NEU UDS3 6aa4. Sibling 1 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB1ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB1PDX UDS3 6aa5. Sibling 1 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB1YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB1YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB20AGD UDS3 6at3. Sibling 20 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB20AGO UDS3 6at7. Sibling 20 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB20DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB20LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB20MOB UDS3 6at1. Sibling 20 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB20MOE UDS3 6at6. Sibling 20 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB20NEU UDS3 6at4. Sibling 20 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB20ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB20PDX UDS3 6at5. Sibling 20 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB20YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB20YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB2AGD UDS3 6ab3. Sibling 2 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB2AGO UDS3 6ab7. Sibling 2 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB2DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB2LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB2MOB UDS3 6ab1. Sibling 2 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB2MOE UDS3 6ab6. Sibling 2 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB2NEU UDS3 6ab4. Sibling 2 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB2ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB2PDX UDS3 6ab5. Sibling 2 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB2YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB2YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB3AGD UDS3 6ac3. Sibling 3 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB3AGO UDS3 6ac7. Sibling 3 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB3DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB3LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB3MOB UDS3 6a1. Sibling 1 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB3MOE UDS3 6ac6. Sibling 3 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB3NEU UDS3 6ac4. Sibling 3 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB3ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB3PDX UDS3 6ac5. Sibling 3 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB3YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB3YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB4AGD UDS3 6ad3. Sibling 4 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB4AGO UDS3 6ad7. Sibling 4 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB4DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB4LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB4MOB UDS3 6ad1. Sibling 4 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB4MOE UDS3 6ad6. Sibling 4 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB4NEU UDS3 6ad4. Sibling 4 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB4ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB4PDX UDS3 6ad5. Sibling 4 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB4YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB4YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB5AGD UDS3 6ae3. Sibling 5 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB5AGO UDS3 6ae7. Sibling 5 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB5DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB5LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB5MOB UDS3 6ae1. Sibling 5 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB5MOE UDS3 6ae6. Sibling 5 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB5NEU UDS3 6ae4. Sibling 5 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB5ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB5PDX UDS3 6ae5. Sibling 5 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB5YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB5YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB6AGD UDS3 6af3. Sibling 6 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB6AGO UDS3 6af7. Sibling 6 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB6DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB6LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB6MOB UDS3 6af1. Sibling 6 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB6MOE UDS3 6af6. Sibling 6 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB6NEU UDS3 6af4. Sibling 6 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB6ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB6PDX UDS3 6af5. Sibling 6 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB6YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB6YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB7AGD UDS3 6ag3. Sibling 7 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB7AGO UDS3 6ag7. Sibling 7 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB7DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB7LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB7MOB UDS3 6ag1. Sibling 7 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB7MOE UDS3 6ag6. Sibling 7 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB7NEU UDS3 6ag4. Sibling 7 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB7ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB7PDX UDS3 6ag5. Sibling 7 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB7YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB7YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB8AGD UDS3 6ah3. Sibling 8 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB8AGO UDS3 6ah7. Sibling 8 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB8DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB8LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB8MOB UDS3 6ah1. Sibling 8 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB8MOE UDS3 6ah6. Sibling 8 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB8NEU UDS3 6ah4. Sibling 8 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB8ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB8PDX UDS3 6ah5. Sibling 8 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB8YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB8YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB9AGD UDS3 6ai3. Sibling 9 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB9AGO UDS3 6ai7. Sibling 9 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB9DEM UDS2 5d. Does/did this sibling have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB9LIV UDS2 5b. Is the sibling still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB9MOB UDS3 6ai1. Sibling 9 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB9MOE UDS3 6ai6. Sibling 9 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB9NEU UDS3 6ai4. Sibling 9 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB9ONS UDS2 5e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB9PDX UDS3 6ai5. Sibling 9 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB9YOB UDS2_3 5a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 SIB9YOD UDS2 5c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIBCHG UDS2 Changes in sibling information since previous UDS visit 0 sibling history changed since previous visit,1 no changes in sibling history since previous visit x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 SIBS UDS2 4. How many full siblings did the subject have? (99 = unknown) 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 TWIN UDS2 3. Is the subject a twin? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 TWINTYPE UDS2 3a. If yes, indicate type 1 Monozygotic(i.e., identical),2 Dizygotic(i.e., fraternal),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 AFFFAMM UDS3 1. Are there affected first-degree relatives (biological parents, full siblings, or biological children)? Affected = having dementia or one of the non-normal diagnoses listed in Appendix 1 on page 5 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 DADAGEO UDS3 5b7. Father - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 DADDAGE UDS3 5b3. Father - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 DADDEM UDS2 d. Does/did this parent have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 DADLIV UDS2 b. Is the parent still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 DADMOB UDS3 5b1. Father - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 DADMOE UDS3 5b6. Father - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 DADNEUR UDS3 5b4. Father - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 DADONSET UDS2 e. If yes, indicate age at onset. (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 DADPRDX UDS3 5b5. Father - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 DADYOB UDS2_3 a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 DADYOD UDS2 c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 FADMUSO UDS3 2b. Source of evidence for AD mutation (check one): 1 Family report (no test docomentation available),2 Commercial test documentation,3 Research lab test documentation,8 Other (SPECIFY):,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 FADMUSOX UDS3 2b1. Other (specify the other source of evidence -AD mutation): - x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 FADMUT UDS3 2a. In this family, is there evidence for an AD mutation? If Yes, select predominant mutation. NOTE: APOE Should not be reported here. 0 No (SKIP TO QUESTION 3a),1 Yes, APP,2 Yes, PS-1 (PSEN-1),3 Yes, PS-2 (PSEN-2),8 Yes, Other (specify),9 Unknown whether mutation exists (SKIP TO QUESTION 3a) x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 FADMUTX UDS3 2a1. If Yes, Other (specify predominant AD mutation): - x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 FFTDMUSO UDS3 3b. Source of evidence for FTLD mutation (check one): 1 Family report (no test docomentation available),2 Commercial test documentation,3 Research lab test documentation,8 Other (SPECIFY):,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 FFTDMUSX UDS3 3b1. Other (Specify the other source of evidence -FTLD mutation): - x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 FFTDMUT UDS3 3a. In this family, is there evidence for an FTLD mutation? If Yes, select predominant mutation. 0 No (SKIP TO QUESTION 4a),1 Yes, MAPT,2 Yes, PGRN,3 Yes, C9orf72,4 Yes, FUS,8 Yes, Other (SPECIFY),9 Unknown whether mutation exists (SKIP TO QUESTION 4a) x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 FFTDMUTX UDS3 3a1. Other (specify the predominant FTLD mutation): - x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 FOTHMUSO UDS3 4b. Source of evidence for other mutation (check one): 1 Family report (no test docomentation available),2 Commercial test documentation,3 Research lab test documentation,8 Other (SPECIFY):,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 FOTHMUSX UDS3 4b1. Other (Specify the other source of evidence -other mutation): - x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 FOTHMUT UDS3 4a. In this family, is there evidence for a mutation other than an AD or FTLD mutation? (If No or Unknown, SKIP TO QUESTION 5a) - x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 FOTHMUTX UDS3 4a1. Other (specify the other mutation): - x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID10AGD UDS3 7j3. Child 10 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID10AGO UDS3 7j7. Child 10 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID10DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID10LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID10MOB UDS3 7j1. Child 10 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID10MOE UDS3 7j6. Child 10 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID10NEU UDS3 7j4. Child 10 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID10ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID10PDX UDS3 7j5. Child 10 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID10YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID10YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID11AGD UDS3 7k3. Child 11 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID11AGO UDS3 7k7. Child 11 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID11DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID11LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID11MOB UDS3 7k1. Child 11 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID11MOE UDS3 7k6. Child 11 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID11NEU UDS3 7k4. Child 11 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID11ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID11PDX UDS3 7k5. Child 11 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID11YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID11YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID12AGD UDS3 7l3. Child 12 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID12AGO UDS3 7l7. Child 12 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID12DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID12LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID12MOB UDS3 7l1. Child 12 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID12MOE UDS3 7l6. Child 12 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID12NEU UDS3 7l4. Child 12 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID12ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID12PDX UDS3 7l5. Child 12 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID12YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID12YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID13AGD UDS3 7m3. Child 13 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID13AGO UDS3 7m7. Child 13 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID13DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID13LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID13MOB UDS3 7m1. Child 13 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID13MOE UDS3 7m6. Child 13 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID13NEU UDS3 7m4. Child 13 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID13ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID13PDX UDS3 7m5. Child 13 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID13YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID13YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID14AGD UDS3 7n3. Child 14 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID14AGO UDS3 7n7. Child 14 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID14DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID14LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID14MOB UDS3 7n1. Child 14 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID14MOE UDS3 7n6. Child 14 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID14NEU UDS3 7n4. Child 14 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID14ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID14PDX UDS3 7n5. Child 14 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID14YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID14YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID15AGD UDS3 7o3. Child 15 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID15AGO UDS3 7o7. Child 15 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID15DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID15LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID15MOB UDS3 7o1. Child 15 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID15MOE UDS3 7o6. Child 15 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID15NEU UDS3 7o4. Child 15 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID15ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID15PDX UDS3 7o5. Child 15 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID15YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID15YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID1AGD UDS3 7aa3. Child 1 - Age at death 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID1AGO UDS3 7aa7. Child 1 - Age of onset 999 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID1DEM UDS2 7d. Does/did this child have dementia (defined above), as indicated by symptoms, history or diagnosis? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID1LIV UDS2 7b. Is the child still living? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID1MOB UDS3 7aa1. Child 1 - Birth month 99 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID1MOE UDS3 7aa6. Child 1 - Method of evaluation 1 Autopsy,2 Examination,3 Medical record review from formal dementia evaluation,4 Review of general medical records AND co-participant and/or subject telephone interview,5 Review of general medical records only,6 Subject and/or co-participant telephone interview,7 Family report x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID1NEU UDS3 7aa4. Child 1 - Primary neurological problem/psychiatric condition 1 Cognitive impairment/behavior change,2 Parkinsonism,3 ALS,4 Other neurologic condition such as multiple sclerosis or stroke,5 Psychiatric condition such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, alcoholism, or depression,8 N/A, no neurological problem or psychiatric condition,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID1ONS UDS2 7e. If yes, indicate age at onset (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Family History, A3 KID1PDX UDS3 7aa5. Child 1 - Primary Dx 40040 Mild cognitive impairment (MCI), not otherwise specified,41041 MCI - amnestic, single domain,42042 MCI - multiple domain with amnesia,43043 MCI - single domain nonamnestic,44044 MCI - multiple domain nonamnestic,45045 Impaired, but not MCI,50050 Alzheimers disease dementia,70070 Dementia with Lewy bodies,80080 Vascular cognitive impairment or dementia,100 - Impairment due to alcohol abuse x15Mar2015 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID1YOB UDS2_3 7a. Year of birth (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Family History, A3 KID1YOD UDS2 7c. If deceased, indicate year of death (9999 = unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History Medications ANYMEDS UDS2_3 Is the subject currently taking any medications? 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications DrugID_1 UDS2_3 Drug ID - x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCAAAS NACC current use of an antiadrenergic agent 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCAANX NACC current use of Antianxiolytic, sedative, or hypnotic medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCAC NACC current use of an anticoagulant or antiplatelet agent 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCACEI NACC current use of an angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCADEP NACC current use of Antidepressant medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCADMD NACC current use of Alzheimers disease medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCAHTN NACC current use of Antihypertensive medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCAMD NACC Total number of medications reported at each visit - x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCANGI NACC current use of an angiotensin II inhibitor 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCAPSY NACC current use of Antipsychotic medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCBETA NACC current use of a beta-adrenergic blocking agent (Beta-Blocker) 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCCCBS NACC current use of a calcium channel blocking agent 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCDBMD NACC current use of Diabetes medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCDIUR NACC current use of a diuretic 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCEMD NACC current use of estrogen hormone therapy 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCEPMD NACC current use of estrogen + progestin hormone therapy 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCHTNC NACC current use of an antihypertensive combination therapy 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCLIPL NACC current use of Lipid lowering medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCNSD NACC current use of Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCPDMD NACC current use of an antiparkinson agent 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History Medications NACCVASD NACC current use of a vasodilator 1 use reported, 0 no use reported, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 ABUSOTHR UDS2_3 7c1.(6b) Clinically significant impairment occurring over a 12-month period manifested in one of the following work, driving, legal or social. 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 ALCFREQ UDS3 1g. During the past three months, how often did the subject have at least one drink of any alcoholic beverage such as wine, beer, malt liquor, or spirits? 0 Less than once a month,1 About once a month,2 About once a week,3 A few times a week,4 Daily or almost daily,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 ALCOCCAS UDS3 1f. In the past three months, has the subject consumed any alcohol? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 ALCOHOL UDS2_3 7a1.(6a) Clinically significant impairment occurring over a 12-month period manifested in one of the following work, driving, legal or social. 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 ANXIETY UDS3 7e. Anxiety 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 APNEA UDS3 5i. Sleep apnea 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 ARTHLOEX UDS3 5f2b. Region affected: lower extremity 0None,1 Lower Extremity x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 ARTHRIT UDS3 5f. Arthritis (If absent or unknown, SKIP TO QUESTION 5g) 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 ARTHSPIN UDS3 5f2c. Region affected: spine 0None,1 Spine x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 ARTHTYPE UDS3 5f1. Type of arthritis 1 Rheumatoid,2 Osteoarthritis,3 Other,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 ARTHUNK UDS3 5f2d. Region affected: Unknown 0None,1 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 ARTHUPEX UDS3 5f2a. Region affected: upper extremity 0None,1 Upper Extremity x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 ARTYPE UDS3 11a. Arthritis type 1 Rheumatoid,2 Osteoarthritis,3 Other arthritis,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 B12DEF UDS2_3 5d.(5d) B12 deficiency 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 BIPOLAR UDS3 7b. Bipolar disorder 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 CBOTHR UDS2 c. Other Cerebrovascular Disease 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 CBOTHRX UDS2 2c1. Specify Other Cerebrovascular Disease - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 CBSTROKE UDS2_3 a. Stroke 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 CBTIA UDS2_3 b. Transient ischemic attack (TIA) 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 CVAFIB UDS2_3 b. Atrial fibrillation 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 CVANGINA UDS3 2g. Angina 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 CVANGIO UDS2_3 c. Angioplasty/endarterectomy/stent 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 CVBYPASS UDS2_3 d. Cardiac bypass procedure 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 CVCHF UDS2_3 f. Congestive heart failure 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 CVHATT UDS2_3 a. Heart attack/ cardiac arrest 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 CVHVALVE UDS3 2h. Heart valve replacement or repair 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 CVOTHR UDS2_3 g. Cardiovascular Disease, Other - x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 CVPACDEF UDS3 2e. Pacemaker and/or defibrillator 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 CVPACE UDS2 e. Pacemaker 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 DEP2YRS UDS2 6a.(7d1) Active within past 2 years 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 DIABETES UDS2_3 5c.(5a) Diabetes 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 DIABTYPE UDS3 5a1. If Recent/active or Remote/inactive, which type? - x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 HATTMULT UDS3 2a1. More than one heart attack? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 HATTYEAR UDS3 2a2. Year of most recent heart attack - x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 HYPERCHO UDS2_3 5b.(5c) Hypercholesterolemia 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 HYPERTEN UDS2_3 5a.(5b) Hypertension 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 INCONTF UDS2_3 5g.(5h) Incontinence - bowel 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 INCONTU UDS2_3 5f.(5g) Incontinence - urinary 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 INSOMN UDS3 5k. Hyposomnia/insomnia 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 NACCstyr NACC 3a2. (2a1.-2a6.) Most recently reported year of stroke as of the initial visit 8888 Not applicable, no reported history of stroke at the Initial Visit, 9999 Unknown, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 NACCtbi NACC 4d. (4b.) History of traumatic brain injury (TBI) 0 No, 1 Yes, 9 Unknown, -1 Not Available. UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way or a skip pattern precludes response to this question. x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 NACCtiyr NACC 3b2. (2b.) Most recently reported year of TIA as of the Initial Visit 8888 Not applicable, no reported history of stroke at the Initial Visit, 9999 Unknown, -4 Not available: UDS form submitted did not collect data in this way, or a skip pattern precludes response to this question x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 NCOTHR UDS2 c. Other Neurologic Conditions 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 NCOTHRX UDS2 4c1. Specify Other Neurologic Conditions - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 NPSYDEV UDS3 7g. Developmental neuropsychiatric disorders (e.g., autism spectrum disorder [ASD], attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder [ADHD], dyslexia) 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 OCD UDS3 7f. Obsessive-complusive disorder (OCD) 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 OTHSLEEP UDS3 5l. Other sleep disorder 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 PACKSPER UDS2_3 4) Average number of packs/day smoked (1) 1 cigarette -< 1/2 pack,(2) 1/2 -< 1 pack,(3) 1 -< 1 1/2 pack,(4) 1 1/2 -< 2 packs,(5) >= 2 packs,(8) N/A,(9) Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 PD UDS2_3 a. Parkinsons disease 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 PDOTHR UDS2_3 b. Other Parkinsonism disorder 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 PDOTHRYR UDS2_3 If recent/active, indicate the year of diagnosis (9999 = Year unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 PDYR UDS2_3 If recent/active, indicate the year of diagnosis (9999 = Year unknown) 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 PSYCDIS UDS2_3 7d.(7h) Psychiatric disorders 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 PTSD UDS3 7a. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 QUITSMOK UDS2_3 5) If subject quit smoking, specify age when last smoked (i.e., quit) (888 = N/A, 999 = Unknown) 888 NA,999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 RBD UDS3 5j. REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD) 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 SCHIZ UDS3 7c. Schizophrenia 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 SEIZURES UDS2_3 a. Seizures 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 SMOKYRS UDS2_3 3) Total years smoked (88 = N/A, 99 = Unknown) 88 NA,99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 STROK1YR UDS2 stroke 1 year 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 STROK2YR UDS2 stroke 2 year 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 STROK3YR UDS2 stroke 3 year 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 STROK4YR UDS2 stroke 4 year 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 STROK5YR UDS2 stroke 5 year 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 STROK6YR UDS2 stroke 6 year 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 STROKMUL UDS3 3a1. More than one stroke? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 STROKYR UDS3 3a2. Year of most recent stroke - x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 TBI UDS3 4d. Traumatic brain injury (TBI)(If Absent or Unknown, SKIP TO QUESTION 5a) 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 TBIBRIEF UDS3 4d1. TBI with brief loss of consciousness (< 5 minutes) 0 No,1 Single,2 Repeated/multiple,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 TBIEXTEN UDS3 4d2. TBI with extended loss of consciousness (≥5 minutes) 0 No,1 Single,2 Repeated/multiple,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 TBIWOLOS UDS3 4d3. TBI without loss of consciousness (as might result from military detonations or sports injuries)? 0 No,1 Single,2 Repeated/multiple,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 TBIYEAR UDS3 4d4. Year of most recent TBI - x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 THYROID UDS2_3 5e.(5e) Thyroid disease 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 TIA1YR UDS2 tia 1 year 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 TIA2YR UDS2 tia 2 year 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 TIA3YR UDS2 tia 3 year 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 TIA4YR UDS2 tia 4 year 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 TIA5YR UDS2 tia 5 year 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 TIA6YR UDS2 tia 6 year 9999 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 TIAMULT UDS3 3b1. More than one TIA? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 TIAYEAR UDS3 3b2. Year of most recent TIA - x15Mar2015 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 TOBAC100 UDS2_3 2) Has subject smoked more than 100 cigarettes in his/her life? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 TOBAC30 UDS2_3 1) Has subject smoked within last 30 days? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Medical History patient reported, A5 TRAUMBRF UDS2 1) with brief loss of consciousness (< 5 minutes) 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 TRAUMCHR UDS2 3) with chronic deficit or dysfunction 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Medical History patient reported, A5 TRAUMEXT UDS2 2) with extended loss of consciousness (>= 5 minutes) 0 Absent,1 Recent/active,2 Remote/inactive,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Clinician Diagnosis, D1 MRFTLD UDS3 6i. Structural MR evidence for frontal or anterior temporal atrophy for FTLD 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 ABRUPT UDS2 1. Abrupt onset (re cognitive status) 0Absent,2Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 CVDCOG UDS2 10. Using your best judgment, do you believe that cerebrovascular disease (CVD) is contributing to the cognitive impairment? 0 No,1 Yes,8 NA x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 CVDIMAG UDS2 12. Is there imaging evidence which supports that CVD is contributing to the cognitive impairment? 0 No,1 Yes,8 NA x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 CVDIMAG1 UDS2 1) Single strategic infarct 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 CVDIMAG2 UDS2 2) Multiple infarcts 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 CVDIMAG3 UDS2 3) Extensive white matter hyperintensity 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 CVDIMAG4 UDS2 4) Other evidence that CVD is contributing to the cognitive impairment 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 CVDIMAGX UDS2 Specify other evidence that CVD is contributing to the cognitive impairment - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 EMOT UDS2 4. Emotional incontinence 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 FOCLSIGN UDS2 8. Focal neurological signs 0Absent,2Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 FOCLSYM UDS2 7. Focal neurological symptoms 0Absent,2Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 HACHIN UDS2 Hachinski Ischemic Score, 9. Sum all circled answers for a Total Score - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 HXHYPER UDS2 5. History or presence of hypertension 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 HXSTROKE UDS2 6. History of stroke 0Absent,2Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 SOMATIC UDS2 3. Somatic complaints 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 STEPWISE UDS2 2. Stepwise deterioration (re cognitive status) 0Absent,1Present x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Hachinski Score, Cerebrov Disease, B2 STROKCOG UDS2 11. If there is a stroke, is there a temporal relationship between stroke and onset of cognitive impairment? 0 No,1 Yes,8 NA x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam absent_quest KU KU Neur Exam - Check if all absent or normal skip to next section. 1Absent,2Present x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam audio_impair KU KU Neur Exam - Significant Auditory Impairment 1Absent,2Present x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam cerebellar KU KU Neur Exam - Cerebellar 1Normal,2Abnormal x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam consciousness KU KU Neur Exam - Level Of Consciousness 1Normal,2Abnormal x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam cran_nerves KU KU Neur Exam - Cranial Nerves 1Normal,2Abnormal x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam finger_nose KU KU Neur Exam - Finger to Nose 1Normal,2Abnormal x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam gait_neuro KU KU Neur Exam - Gait 1Normal,2Abnormal x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam heel_shin KU KU Neur Exam - Heel to shin 1Normal,2Abnormal x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam motor_strength KU KU Neur Exam - Motor Strength 1Normal,2Abnormal x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam neuro_other KU KU Neur Exam - Other abnormality 1Normal,2Abnormal x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam plant_reflex KU KU Neur Exam - Plantar reflexes 1Normal,2Abnormal x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam sensory KU KU Neur Exam - Sensory 1Normal,2Abnormal x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam tendon_reflex KU KU Neur Exam - Deep Tendon Reflexes 1Normal,2Abnormal x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam tremor KU KU Neur Exam - Tremor 1Absent,2Present x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam KU Neuro Exam visuo_impair KU KU Neur Exam - Significant Visual Impairment 1Absent,2Present x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 ALIENLML UDS3 5i1. Alien limb consistent with CBS 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 ALIENLMR UDS3 5i2. Alien limb consistent with CBS 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 ALSFIND UDS3 6. Findings suggesting ALS (e.g., muscle wasting, fasciculations, upper motor neuron and/or lower motor neuron signs) 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 APRAXL UDS3 5f1. Apraxia consistent with CBS 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 APRAXR UDS3 5f2. Apraxia consistent with CBS 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 APRAXSP UDS3 5e. Apraxia of speech 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 ATAXL UDS3 5h1. Ataxia consistent with CBS 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 ATAXR UDS3 5h2. Ataxia consistent with CBS 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 AXIALPSP UDS3 5c. Axial rigidity consistent with PSP 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 BRADY UDS3 2d. Bradykinesia 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 CORTDEF UDS3 3a. Cortical cognitive deficit (e.g., aphasia, apraxia, neglect) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 CORTSENL UDS3 5g1. Cortical sensory deficits consistent with CBS 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 CORTSENR UDS3 5g2. Cortical sensory deficits consistent with CBS 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 CORTVISL UDS3 3d1. Cortical visual field loss 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 CORTVISR UDS3 3d2. Cortical visual field loss 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 CVDMOTL UDS3 3c1. Motor (may include weakness of combinations of face, arm, and left; reflex changes; etc.) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 CVDMOTR UDS3 3c2. Motor (may include weakness of combinations of face, arm, and left; reflex changes; etc.) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 CVDSIGNS UDS3 3. Neurological signs considered by examiner to be most likely consistent with cerebrovascular disease 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 DYSPSP UDS3 5b. Dysarthria consistent with PSP 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 DYSTONL UDS3 5j1. Dystonia consistent with CBS, PSP, or related disorder 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 DYSTONR UDS3 5j2. Dystonia consistent with CBS, PSP, or related disorder 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 EYEMOVE UDS2 4. Are there eye movement abnormalities present indicative of central nervous system disorder? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 EYEPSP UDS3 5a. Eye movement changes consistent with PSP 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 FOCLDEF UDS2 2. Are focal deficits present indicative of central nervous system disorder? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 GAITDIS UDS2 3. Is gait disorder present indicative of central nervous system disorder? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 GAITNPH UDS3 7. Normal-pressure hydrocephalus: gait apraxia 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 GAITPSP UDS3 5d. Gait disorder consistent with PSP 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 MYOCLLT UDS3 5k1. Myoclonus consistent with CBS 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 MYOCLRT UDS3 5k2. Myoclonus consistent with CBS 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 NACCnrex UDS2_3 Were all findings on neurological exam unremarkable? (replaces normexam) null x15Aug2011 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 NORMAL UDS2 1. Are all findings unremarkable (normal or normal for age)? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 NORMEXAM UDS3 1. Were there abnormal neurological exam findings? 0 No abnormal findings (END FORM HERE),1 Yes - abnormal findings were consistent with syndromes listed in Questions 2-8,2 Yes - abnormal findings were consistent with age-associated changes or irrelevant to dementing disorders (e.g., Bells palsy) (SKIP TO QUESTION 8) x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 OTHNEUR UDS3 8. Other findings (e.g., cerebellar ataxia, chorea, myoclonus) (NOTE: For this question, do not specify symptoms that have already been checked above) 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 PARKGAIT UDS3 2e. Parkinsonian gait disorder 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 PARKSIGN UDS3 2. Parkinsonian signs Findings not marked Yes or Not assessed will default to No in the NACC database. 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 POSTCORT UDS3 4. Higher cortical visual problem suggesting posterior cortical atrophy (e.g., prosopagnosia, simultagnosia, Balints syndrome) or apraxia of gaze 0 No,1 Yes,8 NA x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 POSTINST UDS3 2f. Postural instability 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 PSPCBS UDS3 5. Findings suggestive of progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), corticobasal syndrome, or other related disorders Findings not marked Yes or Not assessed will default to No in the NACC database. 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 RESTTRL UDS3 2a1. Resting tremor - arm 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 RESTTRR UDS3 2a2. Resting tremor - arm 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 RIGIDL UDS3 2c1. Rigitity - arm 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 RIGIDR UDS3 2c2. Rigidity - arm 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 SIVDFIND UDS3 3b. Focal or other neurological findings consistent with SIVD (subcortical ischemic vascular dementia) 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 SLOWINGL UDS3 2b1. Slowing of fine motor movements 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 SLOWINGR UDS3 2b2. Slowing of fine motor movements 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 SOMATL UDS3 3e1. Somatosensory loss 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Neurological Findings, B8 SOMATR UDS3 3e2. Somatosensory loss 0 No,1 Yes,8 Unknown/not assessed x15Mar2015 present
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 ARISING UDS2 10. Arising from chair (patient attempts to rise from a straight-backed chair, with arms folded across chest) 0 Normal.,1 Slow or may need more than one attempt.,2 Pushes self up from arms of seat.,3 Tends to fall back and may have to try more than one time, but can get up without help.,4 Unable to arise without help.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 ARISINGX UDS2 Arising untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 BRADYKIN UDS2 14. Body bradykinesia and hypokinesia (combining slowness, hesitancy, decreased arm swing, small amplitude, and poverty of movement in general) 0 None.,1 Minimal slowness, giving movements a deliberate character could be normal for some persons possibly reduced amplitude.,2 Mild degree of slowness and poverty of movement which is definitely abnormal. Alternatively, some reduced amplitude.,3 Moderate slowness, poverty or small amplitude of movement.,4 Marked slowness, poverty or small amplitude of movement.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 BRADYKIX UDS2 Body bradykinesia and hypokinesia untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 FACEXP UDS2 2. Facial Expression 0 Normal.,1 Minimal hypomimia, could be normal poker face.,2 Slight but definitely abnormal diminution of facial expression.,3 Moderate hypomimia, lips parted some of the time.,4 Masked or fixed facies with severe or complete loss of facial expression, lips parted 1/4 inches or more.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 FACEXPX UDS2 Facial Expression untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 GAIT UDS2 12. Gait 0 Normal.,1 Walks slowly may shuffle with short steps, but no festination (hastening steps) or propulsion.,2 Walks with difficulty, but requires little or no assistance may have some festination, short steps, or propulsion.,3 Severe disturbance of gait requiring assistance.,4 Cannot walk at all, even with assistance.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 GAITX UDS2 Gait untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 HANDALTL UDS2 8b. Left hand, rapid alternating movement 0 Normal.,1 Mild slowing and/or reduction in amplitude.,2 Moderately impaired definite and early fatiguing may have occasional arrests in movement.,3 Severely impaired frequent hesitation in initiating movements or arrests in ongoing movement.,4 Can barely perform the task.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 HANDALTR UDS2 8a. Right hand, rapid alternating movement 0 Normal.,1 Mild slowing and/or reduction in amplitude.,2 Moderately impaired definite and early fatiguing may have occasional arrests in movement.,3 Severely impaired frequent hesitation in initiating movements or arrests in ongoing movement.,4 Can barely perform the task.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 HANDATLX UDS2 Right rapid alternating movement untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 HANDATRX UDS2 Left rapid alternating movement untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 HANDMOVL UDS2 7b. Left hand movements 0 Normal.,1 Mild slowing and/or reduction in amplitude.,2 Moderately impaired definite and early fatiguing may have occasional arrests in movement.,3 Severely impaired frequent hesitation in initiating movements or arrests in ongoing movement.,4 Can barely perform the task.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 HANDMOVR UDS2 7a. Right hand movements 0 Normal.,1 Mild slowing and/or reduction in amplitude.,2 Moderately impaired definite and early fatiguing may have occasional arrests in movement.,3 Severely impaired frequent hesitation in initiating movements or arrests in ongoing movement.,4 Can barely perform the task.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 HANDMVLX UDS2 Left hand movements untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 HANDMVRX UDS2 Right hand movements untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 LEGLF UDS2 9b. Left leg agility 0 Normal.,1 Mild slowing and/or reduction in amplitude.,2 Moderately impaired definite and early fatiguing may have occasional arrests in movement.,3 Severely impaired frequent hesitation in initiating movements or arrests in ongoing movement.,4 Can barely perform the task.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 LEGLFX UDS2 Left leg agility untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 LEGRT UDS2 9a. Right leg agility 0 Normal.,1 Mild slowing and/or reduction in amplitude.,2 Moderately impaired definite and early fatiguing may have occasional arrests in movement.,3 Severely impaired frequent hesitation in initiating movements or arrests in ongoing movement.,4 Can barely perform the task.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 LEGRTX UDS2 Right leg agility untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 PDNORMAL UDS2 [Optional] If the clinician completes the UPDRS examination and determines all items are normal, check this box and end form here. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 POSSTAB UDS2 13. Posture Stability (response to sudden, strong posterior displacement produced by pull on shoulders while patient erect with eyes open and feet slightly apart, patient is prepared) 0 Normal erect.,1 Retropulsion, but recovers unaided.,2 Absence of postural response would fall if not caught by examiner.,3 Very unstable, tends to lose balance spontaneously.,4 Unable to stand without assistance.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 POSSTABX UDS2 Posture Stability untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 POSTURE UDS2 11. Posture 0 Normal.,1 Not quite erect, slightly stooped posture could be normal for older person.,2 Moderately stooped posture, definitely abnormal can be slightly leaning to one side.,3 Severely stooped posture with kyphosis can be moderately leaning to one side.,4 Marked flexion with extreme abnormality of posture.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 POSTUREX UDS2 Posture untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 RIGDLOLF UDS2 5e. Left lower extremity rigidity 0 Absent.,1 Slight or detectable only when activated by mirror or other movements.,2 Mild to moderate.,3 Marked, but full range of motion easily achieved.,4 Severe range of motion achieved with difficulty.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 RIGDLOLX UDS2 Left lower extremity untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 RIGDLORT UDS2 5d. Right lower extremity rigidity 0 Absent.,1 Slight or detectable only when activated by mirror or other movements.,2 Mild to moderate.,3 Marked, but full range of motion easily achieved.,4 Severe range of motion achieved with difficulty.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 RIGDLORX UDS2 Right lower extremity untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 RIGDNECK UDS2 5a. Neck rigidity 0 Absent.,1 Slight or detectable only when activated by mirror or other movements.,2 Mild to moderate.,3 Marked, but full range of motion easily achieved.,4 Severe range of motion achieved with difficulty.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 RIGDNEX UDS2 Neck untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 RIGDUPLF UDS2 5c. Left upper extremity rigidity 0 Absent.,1 Slight or detectable only when activated by mirror or other movements.,2 Mild to moderate.,3 Marked, but full range of motion easily achieved.,4 Severe range of motion achieved with difficulty.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 RIGDUPLX UDS2 Left upper extremity untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 RIGDUPRT UDS2 5b. Right upper extremity rigidity 0 Absent.,1 Slight or detectable only when activated by mirror or other movements.,2 Mild to moderate.,3 Marked, but full range of motion easily achieved.,4 Severe range of motion achieved with difficulty.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 RIGDUPRX UDS2 Right upper extremity untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 SPEECH UDS2 1. Speech 0 Normal.,1 Slight loss of expression, diction and/or volume.,2 Monotone, slurred but understandable, moderately impaired.,3 Marked impairment, difficult to understand.,4 Unintelligible.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 SPEECHX UDS2 Speech untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TAPSLF UDS2 6b. Left hand finger taps 0 Normal.,1 Mild slowing and/or reduction in amplitude.,2 Moderately impaired definite and early fatiguing may have occasional arrests in movement.,3 Severely impaired frequent hesitation in initiating movement or arrest in ongoing movement.,4 Can barely perform the task.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TAPSLFX UDS2 Left hand finger taps untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TAPSRT UDS2 6a. Right hand finger taps 0 Normal.,1 Mild slowing and/or reduction in amplitude.,2 Moderately impaired definite and early fatiguing may have occasional arrests in movement.,3 Severely impaired frequent hesitation in initiating movement or arrest in ongoing movement.,4 Can barely perform the task.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TAPSRTX UDS2 Right hand finger taps untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRACTLHD UDS2 4b. Left Hand action or postural tremor 0 Absent.,1 Slight present with action.,2 Moderate in amplitude, present with action.,3 Moderate in amplitude with posture holding as well as action.,4 Marked in amplitude interferes with feeding.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRACTLHX UDS2 Left hand untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRACTRHD UDS2 4a. Right hand action or postural tremor 0 Absent.,1 Slight present with action.,2 Moderate in amplitude, present with action.,3 Moderate in amplitude with posture holding as well as action.,4 Marked in amplitude interferes with feeding.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRACTRHX UDS2 right hand untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRESTFAC UDS2 3a. Face, Lips, Chin tremors at rest 0 Absent.,1 Slight and infrequently present.,2 Mild in amplitude and persistent, or moderate in amplitude, but only intermittently present.,3 Moderate in amplitude and present most of the time.,4 Marked in amplitude and present most of the time.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRESTFAX UDS2 Face, Lips, Chin untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRESTLFT UDS2 3e. Left Foot tremors at rest 0 Absent.,1 Slight and infrequently present.,2 Mild in amplitude and persistent, or moderate in amplitude, but only intermittently present.,3 Moderate in amplitude and present most of the time.,4 Marked in amplitude and present most of the time.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRESTLFX UDS2 Left Foot unestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRESTLHD UDS2 3c. Left Hand tremors at rest 0 Absent.,1 Slight and infrequently present.,2 Mild in amplitude and persistent, or moderate in amplitude, but only intermittently present.,3 Moderate in amplitude and present most of the time.,4 Marked in amplitude and present most of the time.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRESTLHX UDS2 Left Hand untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRESTRFT UDS2 3d. Right Foot tremors at rest 0 Absent.,1 Slight and infrequently present.,2 Mild in amplitude and persistent, or moderate in amplitude, but only intermittently present.,3 Moderate in amplitude and present most of the time.,4 Marked in amplitude and present most of the time.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRESTRFX UDS2 Right Foot untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRESTRHD UDS2 3b. Right Hand tremors at rest 0 Absent.,1 Slight and infrequently present.,2 Mild in amplitude and persistent, or moderate in amplitude, but only intermittently present.,3 Moderate in amplitude and present most of the time.,4 Marked in amplitude and present most of the time.,8 Untestable (specify reason): x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neurological Exam Unified Parkinsons Dis Rating, UPDRS B3 TRESTRHX UDS2 Right Hand untestable, specify reason - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B5 GDS UDS2_3 16. Sum all circled answers for a Total GDS Score (maximum score = 15) (did not complete = 88) 88 Did not complete x21Aug2015 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 AFRAID UDS2_3 6. Are you afraid that something bad is going to happen to you? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 BETTER UDS2_3 15. Do you think that most people are better off than you are? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 BORED UDS2_3 4. Do you often get bored? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 DROPACT UDS2_3 2. Have you dropped many of your activities and interests? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 EMPTY UDS2_3 3. Do you feel that your life is empty? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 ENERGY UDS2_3 13. Do you feel full of energy? 0 Yes,1 No,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 HAPPY UDS2_3 7. Do you feel happy most of the time? 0 Yes,1 No,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 HELPLESS UDS2_3 8. Do you often feel helpless? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 HOPELESS UDS2_3 14. Do you feel that your situation is hopeless? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 MEMPROB UDS2_3 10. Do you feel you have more problems with memory than most? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 NACCgds UDS2_3 Total GDS score null x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 NOGDS UDS2_3 Check this box and enter 88 below for the Total GDS score if and only if the subject 1) does not attempt the GDS, or 2) answers fewer than twelve questions. 0 No, subject was able to complete the GDS,1 Yes, subject was NOT able to complete the GDS x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 SATIS UDS2_3 1. Are you basically satisfied with your life? 0 Yes,1 No,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 SPIRITS UDS2_3 5. Are you in good spirits most of the time? 0 Yes,1 No,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 STAYHOME UDS2_3 9. Do you prefer to stay at home, rather than going out and doing new things? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 WONDRFUL UDS2_3 11. Do you think it is wonderful to be alive now? 0 Yes,1 No,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric Geriatric Depression Scale, GDS B6 WRTHLESS UDS2_3 12. Do you feel pretty worthless the way you are now? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 AGIT UDS2_3 4. AGITATION OR AGGRESSION 4a. Is the patient stubborn and resistive to help from others? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 AGITSEV UDS2_3 4b. Agitation/Agression Severity 1 Mild (noticeable, but not a significant change),2 Moderate (significant, but not a dramatic change),3 Severe (very marked or prominent a dramatic change),9 Unknown severity x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 ANX UDS2_3 6. ANXIETY 6a. Does the patient become upset when separated from you? Does he or she have any other signs of nervousness, such as shortness of breath, sighing, being unable to relax, or feeling excessively tense? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 ANXSEV UDS2_3 6b. Anxiety Severity 1 Mild (noticeable, but not a significant change),2 Moderate (significant, but not a dramatic change),3 Severe (very marked or prominent a dramatic change),9 Unknown severity x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 APA UDS2_3 8. APATHY OR INDIFFERENCE 8a. Does the patient seem less interested in his or her usual activities and in the activities and plans of others? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 APASEV UDS2_3 8b. Apathy/Indifference Severity 1 Mild (noticeable, but not a significant change),2 Moderate (significant, but not a dramatic change),3 Severe (very marked or prominent a dramatic change),9 Unknown severity x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 APP UDS2_3 13. APPETITE AND EATING 13a. Has the patient lost or gained weight, or had a change in the food he or she likes? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 APPSEV UDS2_3 13b. Appetite and Eating Severity 1 Mild (noticeable, but not a significant change),2 Moderate (significant, but not a dramatic change),3 Severe (very marked or prominent a dramatic change),9 Unknown severity x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 DEL UDS2_3 2. DELUSIONS 2a. Does the patient believe others are stealing from him or her, or planning to harm him or her in some way? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 DELSEV UDS2_3 2b. Delusions Severity 1 Mild (noticeable, but not a significant change),2 Moderate (significant, but not a dramatic change),3 Severe (very marked or prominent a dramatic change),9 Unknown severity x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 DEPD UDS2_3 5. DEPRESSION OR DYSPHORIA 5b. Does the patient act as if he or she is sad or in low spirits? Does he or she cry? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 DEPDSEV UDS2_3 5b. Depression/Dysphoria Severity 1 Mild (noticeable, but not a significant change),2 Moderate (significant, but not a dramatic change),3 Severe (very marked or prominent a dramatic change),9 Unknown severity x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 DISN UDS2_3 9. DISINHIBITION 9a. Does the patient seem to act impulsively? For example, does the patient talk to strangers as if he or she knows them, or does the patient say things that may hurt peoples feelings? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 DISNSEV UDS2_3 9b. Disinhibition Severity 1 Mild (noticeable, but not a significant change),2 Moderate (significant, but not a dramatic change),3 Severe (very marked or prominent a dramatic change),9 Unknown severity x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 ELAT UDS2_3 7. ELATION OR EUPHORIA 7a. Does the patient appear to feel too good or act excessively happy? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 ELATSEV UDS2_3 7b. Elation/Euphoria Severity 1 Mild (noticeable, but not a significant change),2 Moderate (significant, but not a dramatic change),3 Severe (very marked or prominent a dramatic change),9 Unknown severity x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 HALL UDS2_3 3. HALLUCINATIONS 3a. Does the patient act as if he or she hears voices? Does he or she talk to people who are not there? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 HALLSEV UDS2_3 3b. hallucination Severity 1 Mild (noticeable, but not a significant change),2 Moderate (significant, but not a dramatic change),3 Severe (very marked or prominent a dramatic change),9 Unknown severity x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 IRR UDS2_3 10. IRRITABILITY OR LABILITY 10a. Is the patient impatient or cranky? Does he or she have difficulty coping with delays or waiting for planned activities? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 IRRSEV UDS2_3 10b. Irritability/Lability Severity 1 Mild (noticeable, but not a significant change),2 Moderate (significant, but not a dramatic change),3 Severe (very marked or prominent a dramatic change),9 Unknown severity x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 MOT UDS2_3 11. MOTOR DISTURBANCE 11a Does the patient engage in repetitive activities, such as pacing around the house, handling buttons, wrapping string, or doing other things repeatedly? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 MOTSEV UDS2_3 11b. Motor Disturbance Severity 1 Mild (noticeable, but not a significant change),2 Moderate (significant, but not a dramatic change),3 Severe (very marked or prominent a dramatic change),9 Unknown severity x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 NITE UDS2_3 12. NIGHTTIME BEHAVIORS 12a. Does the patient awaken you during the night, rise too early in the morning, or take excessive naps during the day? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 NITESEV UDS2_3 12b. Nighttime BehaviorsSeverity 1 Mild (noticeable, but not a significant change),2 Moderate (significant, but not a dramatic change),3 Severe (very marked or prominent a dramatic change),9 Unknown severity x15Aug2011 present
Neuropsychiatric NPI-Q, B5 NPIQINF UDS2_3 1. NPI Informant 1 Spouse,2 Child,3 Other x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment DeXA age_matched_z_score DXA_v1 Age-matched z-score - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinCont_arms DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Content - Arms(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinCont_head DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Content - Head(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinCont_legs DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Content - Legs(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinCont_pelvis DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Contents - Pelvis(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinCont_ribs DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Contents - Ribs(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinCont_spine DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Contents - Spine(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinCont_total_g DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Content - Total(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinCont_trunk DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Content - Trunk(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinDens_arms DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Density - Arms(g/cm^2) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinDens_head DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Density - Head(g/cm^2) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinDens_legs DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Density - Legs(g/cm^2) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinDens_pelvis DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Density - Pelvis(g/cm^2) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinDens_ribs DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Density - Ribs(g/cm^2) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinDens_spine DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Density - Spine(g/cm^2) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinDens_total_gcm2 DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Density - Total(g/cm^2) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA BoneMinDens_trunk DXA_v1 Bone Mineral Density - Trunk(g/cm^2) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA dxa_date DXA_v1 DXA date - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA FatMass_android_g DXA_v1 Fat Mass - AndroidFat Mass - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA FatMass_arms_g DXA_v1 Fat Mass - Arms(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA FatMass_gynoid_g DXA_v1 Fat Mass - GynoidFat Mass - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA FatMass_legs_g DXA_v1 Fat Mass - Legs(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA FatMass_total_g DXA_v1 Fat Mass - Total(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA FatMass_trunk_g DXA_v1 Fat Mass - Trunk(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA LeanMass_android_g DXA_v1 Lean Mass - AndroidLean Mass - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA LeanMass_arms_g DXA_v1 Lean Mass - Arms(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA LeanMass_gynoid_g DXA_v1 Lean Mass - GynoidLean Mass - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA LeanMass_legs_g DXA_v1 Lean Mass - Legs(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA LeanMass_total_g DXA_v1 Lean Mass - Total(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA LeanMass_trunk_g DXA_v1 Lean Mass - Trunk(g) - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA visc_adipose_mass DXA_v1 Visceral-abdominal - mass - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA visc_adipose_vol DXA_v1 Visceral-abdominal - vol - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment DeXA yng_adult_t_score DXA_v1 young adult matched t-score - x15Aug2011 x17Feb2014
Physical Assessment Physical Assessment gluteal_circum1 KU Circumference 1, Gluteal (broadest hip area, across the buttocks) - x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Assessment gluteal_circum2 KU Circumference 2, Gluteal (broadest hip area, across the buttocks) - x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Assessment gluteal_circum3 KU Circumference 3, Gluteal (broadest hip area, across the buttocks) - x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Assessment waist_circum1 KU Circumference 1, Small of Abdomen (1 inch above navel) - x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Assessment waist_circum2 KU Circumference 2, Small of Abdomen (1 inch above navel) - x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Assessment waist_circum3 KU Circumference 3, Small of Abdomen (1 inch above navel) - x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Exam, B1 BPDIAS UDS2_3 3b. Diastolic BP 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Exam, B1 BPSYS UDS2_3 3a. Systolic BP 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Exam, B1 HEARAID UDS2_3 8. Does the subject usually wear a hearing aid(s)? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Exam, B1 HEARING UDS2_3 7. Without a hearing aid(s), is the subjects hearing functionally normal? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Exam, B1 HEARWAID UDS2_3 8a. If yes, is the subjects hearing functionally normal with a hearing aid(s)? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Exam, B1 HEIGHT UDS2_3 1. Subject height (inches) (99.9 = unknown) 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Exam, B1 HRATE UDS2_3 4. Subject resting heart rate (pulse) (999=unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Exam, B1 NACCbmi NACC Body mass index (BMI) 888.8 Unknown/Not Assessed, -4 form not completed x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Exam, B1 VISCORR UDS2_3 6. Does the subject usually wear corrective lenses? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Exam, B1 VISION UDS2_3 5. Without corrective lenses, is the subjects vision functionally normal? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Exam, B1 VISWCORR UDS2_3 6a. If yes, is the subjects vision functionally normal with corrective lenses? 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Assessment Physical Exam, B1 WEIGHT UDS2_3 2. Subject weight (lbs) (999 = unknown) 999 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Actigraph Data Actigraph Data KU Actigraph data related to activity and sleep, 7 days of data - x21Aug2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Actigraph Data mean_daily_steps KU Actigraph Average steps per day for days entered - x21Aug2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Actigraph Data mean_sleep_minutes KU Actigraph Average total sleep time per night in minutes for nights entered - x21Aug2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Eppworth Sleepiness pass_quest_time KU Time of administration of PASS questionnaires - x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Eppworth Sleepiness Eppworth_score Eppwth Eppworth Sleepiness Score - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Eppworth Sleepiness ess_afternoon Eppwth Lying down to rest in the afternoon when circumstances permit 1No chance of dozing,2Slight chance of dozing,3Moderate chance of dozing,4High chance of dozing x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Eppworth Sleepiness ess_car Eppwth As a passenger in a car for an hour without a break 1No chance of dozing,2Slight chance of dozing,3Moderate chance of dozing,4High chance of dozing x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Eppworth Sleepiness ess_lunch Eppwth Sitting quietly after a lunch without alcohol 1No chance of dozing,2Slight chance of dozing,3Moderate chance of dozing,4High chance of dozing x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Eppworth Sleepiness ess_public Eppwth Sitting inactive in a public place (e.g., a theater or a meeting) 1No chance of dozing,2Slight chance of dozing,3Moderate chance of dozing,4High chance of dozing x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Eppworth Sleepiness ess_read Eppwth Sitting and reading 1No chance of dozing,2Slight chance of dozing,3Moderate chance of dozing,4High chance of dozing x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Eppworth Sleepiness ess_talk Eppwth Sitting and talking to someone 1No chance of dozing,2Slight chance of dozing,3Moderate chance of dozing,4High chance of dozing x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Eppworth Sleepiness ess_traffic Eppwth In a car, while stopped for a few minutes in traffic 1No chance of dozing,2Slight chance of dozing,3Moderate chance of dozing,4High chance of dozing x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Eppworth Sleepiness ess_tv Eppwth Watching TV 1No chance of dozing,2Slight chance of dozing,3Moderate chance of dozing,4High chance of dozing x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep FAS, modified Functional Assmt Questnr (FAQ) BILLS UDS2_3 1. Writing checks, paying bills, or balancing a checkbook. 0 Normal,1 Has difficulty but does by self,2 Requires assistance,3 Dependent,8 Not applicable (e.g. never did),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep FAS, modified Functional Assmt Questnr (FAQ) EVENTS UDS2_3 7. Keeping track of current events. 0 Normal,1 Has difficulty but does by self,2 Requires assistance,3 Dependent,8 Not applicable (e.g. never did),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep FAS, modified Functional Assmt Questnr (FAQ) FAS(FAQ)_total UDS2_3 FAS(FAQ) total score - x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep FAS, modified Functional Assmt Questnr (FAQ) GAMES UDS2_3 4. Playing a game of skill such as bridge or chess, working on a hobby. 0 Normal,1 Has difficulty but does by self,2 Requires assistance,3 Dependent,8 Not applicable (e.g. never did),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep FAS, modified Functional Assmt Questnr (FAQ) MEALPREP UDS2_3 6. Preparing a balanced meal. 0 Normal,1 Has difficulty but does by self,2 Requires assistance,3 Dependent,8 Not applicable (e.g. never did),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep FAS, modified Functional Assmt Questnr (FAQ) PAYATTN UDS2_3 8. Paying attention to and understanding a TV program, book, or magazine. 0 Normal,1 Has difficulty but does by self,2 Requires assistance,3 Dependent,8 Not applicable (e.g. never did),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep FAS, modified Functional Assmt Questnr (FAQ) REMDATES UDS2_3 9. Remembering appointments, family occasions, holidays, medications. 0 Normal,1 Has difficulty but does by self,2 Requires assistance,3 Dependent,8 Not applicable (e.g. never did),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep FAS, modified Functional Assmt Questnr (FAQ) SHOPPING UDS2_3 3. Shopping alone for clothes, household necessities, or groceries. 0 Normal,1 Has difficulty but does by self,2 Requires assistance,3 Dependent,8 Not applicable (e.g. never did),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep FAS, modified Functional Assmt Questnr (FAQ) STOVE UDS2_3 5. Heating water, making a cup of coffee, turning off the stove. 0 Normal,1 Has difficulty but does by self,2 Requires assistance,3 Dependent,8 Not applicable (e.g. never did),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep FAS, modified Functional Assmt Questnr (FAQ) TAXES UDS2_3 2. Assembling tax records, business affairs, or other papers. 0 Normal,1 Has difficulty but does by self,2 Requires assistance,3 Dependent,8 Not applicable (e.g. never did),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep FAS, modified Functional Assmt Questnr (FAQ) TRAVEL UDS2_3 10. Traveling out of the neighborhood, driving, or arranging to take public transportation. 0 Normal,1 Has difficulty but does by self,2 Requires assistance,3 Dependent,8 Not applicable (e.g. never did),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Grip Strength grip_strength_side KU Grip Strength Side 1Right,2Left x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Grip Strength grip_strength1_kg KU Grip Strength 1, kg - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Grip Strength grip_strength2_kg KU Grip Strength 2, kg - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Grip Strength grip_strength3_kg KU Grip Strength 3, kg - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_mod_daysof7 IPAQ 3. During the last 7 days, on how many days did you do moderate physical activities? - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_mod_hrperday IPAQ Moderate, hr/day - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_mod_hrperwk IPAQ Moderate, hr/wk - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_mod_minperday IPAQ Moderate, min/day - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_mod_minperwk IPAQ Moderate, min/wk - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_sit_hrperwkday IPAQ Sit, hr/wkday - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_sit_minperwkday IPAQ Sit, min/wkday - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_vig_daysof7 IPAQ 1. During the last 7 days, on how many days did you do vigorous physical activities ? - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_vig_hrperday IPAQ vigorous, hr/day - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_vig_hrperwk IPAQ vigourous, hr/wk - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_vig_minperday IPAQ vigorous, min/day - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_vig_minperwk IPAQ vigorous, min/wk - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_wlk_daysof7 IPAQ 5. During the last 7 days, on how many days did you walk for at least 10 minutes at a time? - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_wlk_hrperday IPAQ Walk, hr/day - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_wlk_hrperwk IPAQ Walk, hr/wk - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_wlk_minperday IPAQ Walk, min/day - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep IPAQ ipaq_wlk_minperwk IPAQ Walk, min/wk - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep PAR-Q parq1 KU heart condition, only PA recommended by doctor (PARQ Item 1) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep PAR-Q parq2 KU chest pain with physical activity (PARQ Item 2) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep PAR-Q parq3 KU chest pain without physical activity (PARQ Item 3) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep PAR-Q parq4 KU lose balance, lose consciousness (PARQ Item 4) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep PAR-Q parq5 KU joint-bone problem worsened by change PA (PARQ Item 5) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep PAR-Q parq6 KU blood pressure or heart condition meds (PARQ Item 6) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_1 PSQI 1. During the past month, what time have you usually gone to bed at night? - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_10 PSQI 10. Do you have a bed partner or room mate? 0No bed partner or room mate,1Partner/room mate in other room,2Partner in same room, but not same bed,3Partner in same bed x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_10a PSQI 10a) Loud snoring 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_10b PSQI 10b) Long pauses between breaths while asleep 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_10c PSQI 10c) Legs twitching or jerking while you sleep 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_10d PSQI 10d) Episodes of disorientation or confusion during sleep 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_10e PSQI 10e) Other restlessness while you sleep; please describe - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_10e1 PSQI Other sleep restlessness, frequency 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_2 PSQI 2. During the past month, how long (in minutes) has it usually taken you to fall asleep each night? - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_3 PSQI 3. During the past month, what time have you usually gotten up in the morning? - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_4 PSQI 4. During the past month, how many hours of actual sleep did you get at night? (This may be different than the number of hours you spent in bed.) - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_5a PSQI 5a) Cannot get to sleep within 30 minutes 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_5b PSQI 5b) Wake up in the middle of the night or early morning 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_5c PSQI 5c) Have to get up to use the bathroom 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_5d PSQI 5d) Cannot breathe comfortably 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_5e PSQI 5e) Cough or snore loudly 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_5f PSQI 5f) Feel too cold 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_5g PSQI 5g) Feel too hot 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_5h PSQI 5h) Had bad dreams 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_5i PSQI 5i) Have pain 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_5other PSQI 5j) Trouble Sleeping, Other reason(s), please describe - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_5othera PSQI How often during the past month have you had trouble sleeping because of this? - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_6 PSQI 6. During the past month, how would you rate your sleep quality overall? 0Very good,1Fairly good,2Fairly bad,3Very bad x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_7 PSQI 7. During the past month, how often have you taken medicine to help you sleep (prescribed or over the counter)? 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_8 PSQI 8. During the past month, how often have you had trouble staying awake while driving, eating meals, or engaging in social activity? 0Not during the past month,1Less than once a week,2Once or twice a week,3Three or more times a week x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI psqi_9 PSQI 9. During the past month, how much of a problem has it been for you to keep up enough enthusiasm to get things done? 0No problem at all,1Only a very slight problem,2Somewhat of a problem,3A very big problem x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Pittsburgh Sleep Quality, PSQI PSQI_total PSQI Pittsb Sleep Quality total score - x15Jul2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Self-Paced Step Test self_test_est_vo2 KU Self-Paced Step Test Estimated VO2 max in ml/kg/min. - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Self-Paced Step Test step_test_able KU Able to Complete SPST 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Self-Paced Step Test step_test_hr KU immediate post-stepping heart rate in bpm. - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Self-Paced Step Test step_test_time KU time to complete Step Test, seconds - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Senior Fitness Test, SFT back_scratch_inch KU Back Scratch - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Senior Fitness Test, SFT chair_rise_30sec_reps KU 30-second Chair Rise (SFT Item 1) - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Senior Fitness Test, SFT chair_sit_reach_inch KU Chair Sit and Reach, inches - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Senior Fitness Test, SFT upgo_8ft_sec KU 8 ft. Up-and-Go (SFT) - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep Sleep Log Sleep Log Data KU Actigraph sleep log collected over 7 days when Actigraph watch was worn - x21Aug2015 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep mini PPT balance_fulltandem_time KU Time in full tandem (mini PPT Item 9) - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep mini PPT balance_semitandem_time KU Time in semi-tandem (mini PPT Item 9) - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep mini PPT balance_sidebyside_time KU Balance (mini PPT Item 9) - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep mini PPT chair_rise5_sec KU Chair Rises (mini PPT Item 8) - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep mini PPT penny_pickup_sec KU Penny Pick-Up (mini PPT Item 5) - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep mini PPT walk_50ft_sec KU 50 ft. Walk (mini PPT Item 7) - x15Aug2011 x29Jan2014
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep rapa rapa_plus2 KU duration (in minutes) each time they walked? (rapa_plus2) - x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep rapa rapa1 KU I rarely or never do any physical activities (rapa item 1) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep rapa rapa2 KU I do some light or moderate physical activities, but not every week. (rapa item 2) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep rapa rapa3 KU I do some light physical activity every week. (rapa item 3) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep rapa rapa4 KU I do moderate physical activities every week, but < 30 min/day or 5 days/week. (rapa item 4) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep rapa rapa5 KU I do some vigorous physical activities every week, <20 min/day or 3 day/week. (rapa item 5) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep rapa rapa6 KU I do 30+ min/day of moderate physical activities, 5+ days/week. (rapa item 6) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep rapa rapa7 KU I do 20+ min/day of vigorous physical activities, 3+ days/week. (rapa item 7) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
Physical Function, Activity, Sleep rapa rapa8 KU I do activities to increase muscle strength, once a week or more. (rapa item 8) 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Header Date_Visit UDS2_3 date of visit - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Header FORMVER UDS2_3 Form version number - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Header PACKET UDS2_3 NACC packet code - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Header PTID UDS2_3 ADC Subject ID - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Header VISITDAY UDS2_3 Visit Date - day - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Header VISITMO UDS2_3 Visit Date - month - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Header VISITNUM UDS2_3 ADC Visit number - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Header VISITYR UDS2_3 Visit Date - year - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 ACONSENT UDS3 2a1. Autopsy consent on file? - x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 CHANGEDY UDS3 1b. Date of status change, day - x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 CHANGEMO UDS3 1a. Date of status change, month - x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 CHANGEYR UDS3 1c. Date of status change, year - x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 DROPREAS UDS3 DROPREAS - x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 FTLDDISC UDS3 3. Subject will no longer receiver FTLD Module, annual visits will continue. - x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 FTLDREAS UDS3 3a. Reason (CHECK ONE): - x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 RECOGIM UDS3 2b1 Subject is too cognitively impaired 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 REJOIN UDS3 2b6 Subject is REJOINING ADC 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 REJOINED UDS2 3. Subject has rejoined ADC participation after discontinuing. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 RENAVAIL UDS3 2b4 Subject or co-participant unreachable, not available, or moved away 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 RENURSE UDS3 2b5 Subject has permanently entered nursing home 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 REPHYILL UDS3 2b2 Subject is too ill or physically impaired 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 REREFUSE UDS3 2b3 Subject refuses neuropsychological testing or clinical exam 0 No,1 Yes x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 AUTOPSY UDS2_3 1a. ADC autopsy done (data pending or submitted). 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 deathdy UDS2_3 deceased Day 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 DEATHMO UDS2_3 deceased Month 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 deathyr UDS2_3 deceased Year - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 DECEASED UDS2_3 1. Subject has died. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 DISCDAY UDS2_3 discontinue Day 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 DISCMO UDS2_3 discontinue Month 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 DISCONT UDS2_3 2. Subject has discontinued ADC participation. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 DISCREAS UDS2 2a. Primary reason Subject has discontinued (check only one) .Missing,1 Refused further participation in ADC,2 Moved out of area,3 Discontinued by ADC decision/protocol,4 Seeking care elsewhere,8 Other (specify) x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 DISCYR UDS2_3 discontinue Year - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 NPCOGIMP UDS2 a. Too cognitively impaired to collect neuropsychological data. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 NPHOMEN UDS2 c. Homebound/nursing home/cannot travel, did not collect neuropsychological data. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 NPOTHREA UDS2 e. Other reason for not collecting neuropsychological data 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 NPOTHREX UDS2 Comment regarding other reason for lack of neuropsychological data - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 NPPHYILL UDS2 b. Too physically impaired to collect neuropsychological data. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 NPREFUS UDS2 d. Refused Npsych testing. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 NPSYTEST UDS2 6. Unable to collect neuropsychological test data. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 nursedy UDS2_3 nursehome Day 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 NURSEHOM UDS2 4. Subject has entered nursing home with expectation of permanent residence. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 NURSEMO UDS2_3 nursehome Month 99 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 nurseyr UDS2_3 nursehome Year - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 PHYCOG UDS2 a. Too cognitively impairedto collect physical/neurological data. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 PHYHOME UDS2 c. Homebound/nursing home/cannot travel, did not collect physical/neurological data. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 PHYILL UDS2 b. Too physically impairedto collect physical/neurological data. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 PHYNDATA UDS2 7. Unable to collect physical/neurological data. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 PHYOTH UDS2 e. Other reason for not collecting physical/neurological data 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 PHYOTHX UDS2 Comment regarding other reason for no physical/neurological data - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 PHYREFUS UDS2 d. Refused phys examination. 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 PROTOCOL UDS2_3 5. Subjects NACC data collection protocol has changed as indicated below (check only one) .Missing,1 To UDS telephone follow-up,2 To minimal ADC contact (e.g., followed only to obtain autopsy).,3 To UDS in-person visit. x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Milestone Form, M1 UDSACTIV UDS2_3 UDSACTIV - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Subject Demographics, A1 visit_locate KU clinic visit location - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Subject Demographics, A1 LEARNED UDS3 2b. If the referral source was self-referral or a non-professional contact, how did the referral source learn of the ADC? - x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative Subject Demographics, A1 PRESPART UDS2_3 5. Presumed participation 1 Initial evaluation only,2 Longitudinal follow-up planned x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Subject Demographics, A1 PRESTAT UDS2_3 4. Presumed disease status at enrollment 1 Case/patient/proband,2 Control/normal,3 No presumed disease status x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Subject Demographics, A1 REASON UDS2_3 3. Primary reason for coming to ADC 1 Participate in research study,2 Clinical evaluation,3 Other (specify),4 Both (to paricitpate inresearch study and to have a clinical evaluation),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Subject Demographics, A1 REASONX UDS2 Other primary reason for coming to ADC, Specify - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Subject Demographics, A1 REFER UDS2 3. Principal referral source 1 Self/relative/friend,2 Clinician,3 ADC solicitation,4 Non-ADC study,5 Clinic sample,6 Population sample,7 Non-ADC media appeal (e.g. Alzheimers Association),8 Other (specify),9 Unknown x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Subject Demographics, A1 REFERSC UDS2_3 3. Principal referral source 1 Self-referral,2 Non-professional contact (spouse/partner, relative, friend, coworker, etc.),3 ADC participant referral,4 ADC clinician, staff, or investigator referral,5 Nurse, doctor, or other health care provider,6 Other research study clinician/staff/investigator (non-ADC; e.g., ADNI, Womens Health Initiative),8 Other,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative Subject Demographics, A1 REFERX UDS2 Other Principal referral source, Specify - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Subject Demographics, A1 RESIDENX UDS2 subjects primary type of residence (other), specify - x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Subject Demographics, A1 SOURCE UDS2 6. ADC enrollment type 1 Clinical Core,2 Satellite Core,3 Other ADC Core/project,4 Center-affiliated/non?ADC x15Aug2011 x14Mar2015
zAdministrative Subject Demographics, A1 SOURCENW UDS3 5. ADC enrollment type: - x15Mar2015 present
zAdministrative T1 TELCOG UDS2_3 TELCOG 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative T1 TELHOME UDS2_3 TELHOME 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative T1 TELILL UDS2_3 TELILL 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative T1 TELINPER UDS2_3 TELINPER 0 No,1 Yes,9 Unknown x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative T1 TELMILE UDS2_3 TELMILE 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative T1 TELOTHR UDS2_3 TELOTHR 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative T1 TELOTHRX UDS2_3 TELOTHRX - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative T1 TELREFU UDS2_3 TELREFU 0 No,1 Yes x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative zAdmin, other NACCactv NACC Active follow-up status 0 Died, discontinued, lost to follow-up, 1 Annual follow-up (no discontinuation/loss to follow-up nor minimal contact), 2 Minimal contact with Center, no annual follow-up x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative zAdmin, other NACCavst NACC Total number of all UDS visits made - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative zAdmin, other NACCdays NACC Days from initial visit to most recent visit - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative zAdmin, other NACCdied UDS2_3 Subject is known to be deceased null x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative zAdmin, other NACCfdays UDS2_2 Days from initial visit to each follow-up visit null x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative zAdmin, other NACCnovs NACC No longer followed annually - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative zAdmin, other NACCnvst NACC Number of in-person UDS visits made - x15Aug2011 present
zAdministrative zAdmin, other NACCvnum UDS2_1 NACCs visit number, may differ slightly from KUs number if visit is outside window null x15Aug2011 present