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2023 Jan 08

Eur J Neurol

Chronic Pain Increases the Risk of Motoric Cognitive Risk Syndrome at 4 Years of Follow-Up: Evidence From China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study.


Slower gait speed and subjective cognitive concerns are characteristics of the motoric cognitive risk (MCR) syndrome. This study aimed to examine if changes in pain maybe hallmarks of early MCR, through investigating the magnitude of the associations of chronic pain on the risk of MCR at 4 years follow up.