In those older than age 65 years, high BP heightens risk for various forms of heart disease as well as for chronic kidney disease and diabetes mellitus.
The investigators of this study did not compare pre- or post-hemorrhage data, precluding their ability to determine the applicability of the findings for improving clinical practice.
In older patients, conventional hemodialysis induces a reduction in cerebral blood flow.
Somatic activating KRAS mutations are often found in patients with arteriovenous malformations of the brain.
Greater yearly declines in systolic and diastolic blood pressure were noted in individuals with subcortical microinfarcts.
Patients with the lowest bone mineral density had the largest aneurysm size.
The trial, sponsored by the University of Birmingham, is currently recruiting participants.
The treatment of brain aneurysms may be improved with "awake" brain surgery.
Heterozygous mutations may play a role in familial cerebral small vessel disease.
Women who were obese and taking oral contraceptives had a 29-fold increased risk of CVT.
Compared to cognition, gait speed may be more predictive of mortality due to its relationship with other organ systems.
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