Table 1: Demographic characteristics and neuropsychological test scores and values between aMCI and control groups in T2DM.

FactoraMCI groupControl group value

Subjects811
Gender (M/F)5/35/6
Age (years)70 ± 10.78474.27 ± 3.349NS
Education level (years)13.88 ± 3.44113.64 ± 2.541NS
MMSE scores26.88 ± 1.88528.64 ± 0.6740.034*
MOCA scores22 ± 1.85227 ± 1.2650.000**
AVLT immediate recall5.06 ± 1.6647.78 ± 1.8590.004**
AVLT delayed recall3.75 ± 3.1058.82 ± 3.6830.005**
AVLT delay recognition11 ± 3.11713.91 ± 1.0440.034*
Boston Name Test18.38 ± 1.18819.82 ± 0.4050.011*
Semantic fluency16.88 ± 3.31418.18 ± 4.070.452
Trail Making test A68.5 ± 19.87860.64 ± 16.5490.36
Trail Making test B127.5 ± 62.551102.91 ± 34.4690.286
WAIS digit span test11.5 ± 3.85414.73 ± 2.240.034*
IADL1.13 ± 1.3560.45 ± 1.5080.333

Mean values ± standard errors of demographic characteristics and neuropsychological test scores in aMCI and control groups. values were obtained comparing aMCI and control groups with independent samples -test.
aMCI, amnestic mild cognitive impairment; AVLT, the Auditory Verbal Learning Test; F, female; IADL, Instrumental Activity of Daily Living Scale; M, male; MMSE, Mini-Mental State Examination; MOCA, Montreal Cognitive Assessment; NS, not significant; WAIS, Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale; *indicates the value < 0.05; **indicates the value < 0.01.