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Cerebrovasc Dis (2014) 37 (6): 423–430.
Published Online: 12 July 2014
...). The main outcome measures were (1) total white matter hyperintensity volume (WMHV) using linear regression and (2) silent brain infarcts (SBI) using logistic regression. Results: None of the plasma lipid profile components at the time of enrollment were associated with WMHV. The association between...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2012) 33 (1): 86–91.
Published Online: 13 December 2011
... SVD and functional outcome after stroke. In a first study on patients with isolated cerebellar infarction, functional outcome correlated with the coexistence of age-related white matter lesions rather than stroke volume and topography [ 5 ]. Arsava et al. [ 14 ] and Ay et al. [ 15 ] extended...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (1993) 3 (1): 3–14.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
... Arteriosclerosis Binswanger's disease Computerized tomography Infarcts Ischemia Leuko-araiosis Stroke White matter Magnetic-resonance imaging Review Ccrebrovasc Dis 1993:3:3-23 Timo Erkinjunttia-b Vladimir C. Hachinskia a Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences, University of Western Ontario...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (1993) 3 (1): 15–23.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
... Infarcts Ischemia Leuko-araiosis Stroke White matter Magnetic-resonance imaging Cases with vascular dementia progress from mild cog­ nitive changes, e.g. in short-term memory or consecutive functions, to a more global deficit. In particular, the mild cases should be diagnosed early, before...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2008) 25 (5): 408–416.
Published Online: 17 March 2008
...), regional white matter damage and neuropsychological function have not been studied in well-characterised samples of subjects belonging to different ethnicities. Methods: Twenty-four-hour ambulatory BP, brain white matter lesion volumes on magnetic resonance imaging and executive cognitive function were...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2005) 20 (1): 34–40.
Published Online: 08 July 2005
...-ever LI were followed for 5 years with respect to mortality, stroke recurrence, functional and cognitive outcome. T 2 -weighted MRI was performed at baseline and at 5 years. The presence of basal ganglia lesions and white matter lesions was scored according to the European Task Force rating scale...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2002) 13 (Suppl. 2): 53–57.
Published Online: 15 March 2002
...David W. Desmond Although it is recognized that ischemic stroke is a potent risk factor for vascular dementia, the influence of white matter lesions (WML) on cognitive function is less clear. In community-based MRI studies that have administered mental status tests to subjects who were free...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2002) 13 (Suppl. 2): 11–15.
Published Online: 15 March 2002
...Elisabet Englund The white matter is an important locus for tissue damage in vascular cognitive impairment and white matter lesions often dominate over gray matter changes. The spectrum of ischemic white matter lesions histopathologically represents focal and diffuse lesions, the most common form...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (1996) 6 (2): 59–65.
Published Online: 07 February 1996
...Robert Fern; Bruce R. Ransom; Stephen G. Waxman The incidence of stroke involving CNS white matter is relatively high, yet there are currently no protective treatments that limit irreversible dysfunction in white matter stroke. The events that lead from the loss of oxygenation to irreversible...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (1992) 2 (3): 169–176.
Published Online: 02 June 1992
..., quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Leuko-araiosis Leukoencephalopathy White matter Stroke Cerebrovascular...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (1992) 2 (2): 87–92.
Published Online: 08 April 1992
... and atherosclerosis of larger leptomeningeal arteries; (ii) widespread bilateral incomplete lesions of hemispheric white matter and multiple lacunes supratentorially in the centrum semiovale, the striatum, the thalamus, the internal capsule, and, to a lesser extent infratentorially; (iii) widening of the lateral...