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A Latent Variable Phenotype for Dementia Diagnosis and Biomarker Selection in TBI

A Latent Variable Phenotype for Dementia Diagnosis and Biomarker Selection in TBI

Principal Investigator: Tate, David

The purpose of this study is to develop latent models that can be useful in improving the ability of clinicians to predict progression to dementia in patients with a history of traumatic brain injury.

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