Cerebral small vessel disease scores predict cognitive decline after intracerebral hemorrhage


  • Markers of cerebral small vessel disease on magnetic resonance imaging are closely linked to cognitive decline following spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage.

Why this matters

    The predictive accuracy of the global cerebral small vessel disease score supports its inclusion in clinical practice to guide the care of intracerebral hemorrhage survivors.

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