What are the cognitive risks associated with vitamin B12 deficiency in the elderly?

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Whether serum vitamin B12 levels in older adults are associated with cognitive changes is unclear. However, elevated levels of methylmalonic acid, a B12 metabolite that reflects low vitamin B12 function, are more consistently associated with cognitive decline (SOR: B, systematic reviews of longitudinal studies).

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