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Cognitive impairment after cerebrovascular stroke: Relationship to vascular risk factors

Cognitive impairment after cerebrovascular stroke: Relationship to vascular risk factors

... the risk factors for PSD should increase the effectiveness of preventive strategies for patients with ...relevant risk factors for ...related vascular risk factors ...

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Clinic–based study of family history of vascular risk factors and migraine

Clinic–based study of family history of vascular risk factors and migraine

... of vascular risk factors between patients with migraine with aura (MA) and migraine without aura (MO), and in chronic migraine (CM) compared to other headache ...developed vascular events, ...

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Vascular risk factors and Alzheimer's disease: are these risk factors for plaques and tangles or for concomitant vascular pathology that increases the likelihood of dementia? An evidence-based review

Vascular risk factors and Alzheimer's disease: are these risk factors for plaques and tangles or for concomitant vascular pathology that increases the likelihood of dementia? An evidence-based review

... relative risk was reported by subgroup, the strength of association diminished in the following order: VaD > AD + VaD > AD (fi ve of fi ve studies for diabetes mellitus; four of four studies for HTN; one study ...

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Effects of Longterm Antiepileptic Drugs on Vascular Risk Factors and Atherosclerosis.

Effects of Longterm Antiepileptic Drugs on Vascular Risk Factors and Atherosclerosis.

... On Vascular Risk Factors And Atherosclerosis” was done by me in Institute of Neurology, Madras Medical college and Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital, Chennai -3, under the guidance and ...

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Weight Gain in Infancy and Vascular Risk Factors in Later Childhood

Weight Gain in Infancy and Vascular Risk Factors in Later Childhood

... participants. Vascular risk factors and carotid IMT were assessed only at the 8-year ...any vascular risk factors or body size measurements in these ...

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Vascular risk factors, large-artery atheroma, and brain white matter hyperintensities

Vascular risk factors, large-artery atheroma, and brain white matter hyperintensities

... pheral vascular disease in the LBC1936 may represent overreporting but is counterbalanced by the objective measure of peripheral vascular disease with the ABPI and by the MSS where history and examination ...

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Treatment of vascular risk factors in patients with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease: a systematic review

Treatment of vascular risk factors in patients with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease: a systematic review

... One might expect the magnitude of benefit would be no greater than that seen in secondary prevention of car- diovascular disease including stroke. If that is the case, there needs to be a paradigm shift in clinical ...

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Review Article Is apolipoprotein E4 an important risk factor for vascular dementia?

Review Article Is apolipoprotein E4 an important risk factor for vascular dementia?

... that vascular dementia (VaD) represents the seconding leading cause of dementia in the USA, behind only Alzheimer’s disease (AD), there remains a lack of consensus on the pathological criteria required for ...

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Transient global amnesia: current perspectives

Transient global amnesia: current perspectives

... In summary, to make a diagnosis of TGA, all strict clinical criteria as shown in Table 1 should be met. The differential diagnosis includes structural (vascular) disease, epileptic amnesia, delirium, intoxication, ...

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Leukoencephalopathy from “chasing the dragon”

Leukoencephalopathy from “chasing the dragon”

... Framingham risk scores were assessed using the Pearson product–moment correla- tion ...The risk of incident cardiovascular events associ- ated with quartile of adjusted cognitive test scores was studied ...

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Cerebral MRI findings and cognitive functioning The Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study

Cerebral MRI findings and cognitive functioning The Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study

... The resulting MRI was interpreted by trained readers at the ARIC MRI Reading Center at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions in Baltimore, MD. Images were interpreted directly from a PDS-4 digital workstation consisting of ...

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Giant cell arteritis: immune and vascular aging as disease risk factors

Giant cell arteritis: immune and vascular aging as disease risk factors

... of vascular aging is a long-drawn process that should begin during middle ...standard vascular risk factors could function as adjuvant therapy in the treatment of large vessel ...

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The effect of vascular risk factor burden on the severity of COVID-19 illness, a retrospective cohort study

The effect of vascular risk factor burden on the severity of COVID-19 illness, a retrospective cohort study

... the risk of severe COVID-19 illness tended to increase with the number of vascular risk factors (log rank P < ...the risk of severe COVID-19 increased with increasing vascular ...

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Diabetes and sexual dysfunction: current perspectives

Diabetes and sexual dysfunction: current perspectives

... cardiovascular risk factors, such as hypertension, hyperlipidemia, overweight and obesity, meta bolic syndrome, smoking, and sedentary ...independent risk factor for the new onset of CVD, and it is ...

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Clustering of Risk Factors: A Simple Method of Detecting Cardiovascular Disease in Youth

Clustering of Risk Factors: A Simple Method of Detecting Cardiovascular Disease in Youth

... cardiovascular risk fac- tors, higher carotid vascular thickness and stiffness compared with those with 0 to 1 risk ...no vascular changes in the low-risk ...risk factors. ...

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Accelerated development of cerebral small vessel disease in young stroke patients

Accelerated development of cerebral small vessel disease in young stroke patients

... of vascular risk ...of vascular risk factors and long follow-up duration, patients may have been exposed to those risk factors for a longer ...of vascular ...

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PROSPECTIVE AND OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF COMPLICATIONS OF TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS AT TERTIARY CARE TEACHING HOSPITALMeraj Fatima, Nikhath Begum, Syeda Fathima Sultana Safura, Syeda Saleha Farheen Syeda Rana Nikhat*DOWNLOAD/VIEW

PROSPECTIVE AND OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF COMPLICATIONS OF TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS AT TERTIARY CARE TEACHING HOSPITALMeraj Fatima, Nikhath Begum, Syeda Fathima Sultana Safura, Syeda Saleha Farheen Syeda Rana Nikhat*DOWNLOAD/VIEW

... regarding risk factors like age, sex, Duration of Diabetes, ...of vascular (micro and macro) complications who had undergone the test for Retinopathy by fundus examination, Nephropathy by micro ...

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Strategies for Prevention of Health Care–Associated Infections in the NICU

Strategies for Prevention of Health Care–Associated Infections in the NICU

... Coagulase-negative staphylococci are the most common cause of central line – associated bloodstream infections in the United States. Therefore, the use of low-dose vancomycin in parenteral ali- mentation solutions (at ...

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Liver fat percent is associated with metabolic risk factors and the metabolic syndrome in a high-risk vascular cohort

Liver fat percent is associated with metabolic risk factors and the metabolic syndrome in a high-risk vascular cohort

... established vascular disease identifies a cohort at an increased risk of cardiovascular events ...cardiovascular risk in various ethnic groups since Asians, in particular, are prone to cardiovascular ...

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DIABETES MELLITUS, ITS COMPLICATIONS AND MANAGEMENT

DIABETES MELLITUS, ITS COMPLICATIONS AND MANAGEMENT

... h. Loss of visual acuity: Microaneurysms, abnormalities of the veins, and small blot haemorrhages and exudates situated in the periphery will not interfere with vision unless they are associated with oedema and ...

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