Cerebral small vessel disease is an illness of the small blood vessels in the brain, which can lead to a variety of symptoms, varying from cognitive dysfunction and dementia to motor dysfunction and stroke. Raoul Kloppenborg examines a number of unresolved questions regarding white matter hyperintensities (WMHs) and lacunar infarcts as radiological markers for cerebral small vessel disease.
R.P. Kloppenborg, Through the Looking Glass Risk Factors, Radiological Hallmarks and Cognitive Function in Cerebral Small Vessel Disease.
Prof. M. Vermeulen
Prof. Y. van der Graaf (UMC Utrecht)
Dr P.J. Nederkoorn
Dr M.I. Geerlings (UMC Utrecht)
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