OBJECTIVE: To investigate if the association between MRI-detectable white matter hyperintensity (WMH) and cognitive status reported in previous studies persists at older ages (>80 years), when some white matter abnormality is almost universally reported in clinical practice.
METHODS: Consecutive eligible patients from a population-based cohort of all TIA/nondisabling stroke (Oxford Vascular Study) underwent multimodal MRI, including fluid-attenu...Expand abstract
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Age-dependent association of white matter abnormality with cognition after TIA or minor stroke.
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