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Cerebrovasc Dis (2014) 37 (5): 382–388.
Published Online: 26 June 2014
... of 3.4 years. The presence of microbleeds and lacunes was visually rated by trained research physicians, and white matter lesions (WMLs) were automatically segmented at both time points. Logistic regression was used to investigate the association of microbleeds with incident lacunes, and linear...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2014) 37 (1): 5–13.
Published Online: 17 December 2013
... for ischemic stroke and presenting with neuroimaging evidence of SVD such as white matter lesions (WML) and cerebral microbleeds. We further questioned the extent to which WML and microbleeds could be used as reliable predictors of ICH and the feasibility of their detection in an acute setting. Key Messages...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2013) 35 (5): 451–454.
Published Online: 31 May 2013
..., and further distinguished patients with presence of white matter lesions as a sign of extensive cerebral small vessel disease. Methods: We used sidestream dark field imaging of the sublingual microcirculation in 31 lacunar stroke patients (6 with and 25 without white matter lesions) and 19 healthy controls...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2011) 31 (5): 499–505.
Published Online: 16 March 2011
...Alex Förster; Martin Griebe; Caroline Ottomeyer; Christina Rossmanith; Achim Gass; Rolf Kern; Michael G. Hennerici; Kristina Szabo Background: Recovery from stroke is presumed to be a function of a widespread cerebral network. Chronic white matter lesions (WML) have been proposed to be a predictor...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2009) 27 (Suppl. 1): 191–196.
Published Online: 03 April 2009
... considered those of the Alzheimer’s type, in determining cognitive impairment; (5) for some vascular lesions, namely white matter lesions and lacunar infarcts, strong evidence suggests their role as determinants of cognitive decline; (6) cognitive impairment is only part of the consequences of CVDs...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2006) 22 (2-3): 155–161.
Published Online: 14 July 2006
... white matter lesions are associated with the presence and the number of microbleeds. The frequency of APOE υ2 and υ4 alleles was higher in this cohort when compared to a Northern Portuguese population. Conclusion: White matter changes are frequent in lobar hemorrhage patients and are associated...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2005) 19 (5): 302–308.
Published Online: 28 April 2005
...Y. Yamamoto; I. Akiguchi; K. Oiwa; M. Hayashi; T. Ohara; K. Ozasa Background: Twenty-four-hour blood pressure (BP) readings have been found to correlate with hypertensive target organ damage. Lacunar infarcts (LI) and white matter lesions (WML) probably represent manifestations of cerebral...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2002) 13 (Suppl. 2): 58–60.
Published Online: 15 March 2002
... as the primary vascular aetiology, lacunar infarct(s) and ischaemic white matter lesions as the primary type of brain lesions, subcortical location as the primary location of lesions, and the subcortical clinical syndrome as the primary clinical manifestation. Subcortical VaD is expected to show a more...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2002) 13 (Suppl. 2): 7–10.
Published Online: 15 March 2002
... with a determined genetic origin. It is possible that other genetic factors contribute, by interaction with conventional risk factors, to the development of white matter injury in nonfamilial cases. 15 3 2002 Lacunes Small vessel disease White matter lesions © 2002 S. Karger AG, Basel 2002...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2002) 13 (Suppl. 2): 16–20.
Published Online: 15 March 2002
...Reinhold Schmidt; Helena Schmidt; Peter Kapeller; Anita Lechner; Franz Fazekas A 3-year follow-up of 273 participants (mean age 60 years) of the Austrian Stroke Prevention Study provides first information on the rate, clinical predictors and cognitive consequences of MRI white matter lesions (WML...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2002) 13 (Suppl. 2): 31–36.
Published Online: 15 March 2002
...Franz Fazekas; F. Barkhof; L.O. Wahlund; L. Pantoni; T. Erkinjuntti; P. Scheltens; R. Schmidt Rating scales play an important role in the evaluation of computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance-detected white matter lesions (WML). Unfortunately, this type of visual semiquantitative assessment...
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Cerebrovasc Dis (2002) 13 (Suppl. 2): 21–30.
Published Online: 15 March 2002
...Frederik Barkhof; Philip Scheltens Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is very sensitive for the detection of white matter lesions (WML), which occur even in normal ageing. Intrinsic WML should be separated from physiological changes in the ageing brain, such as periventricular caps and bands...