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July 1, 1986

MRI periventricular lesions in adults

July 1986 issue
36 (7) 998

Abstract

We studied MRI findings of a periventricular high-signal intensity pattern in 151 adults older than 50 years. Only 7.8% of patients who had no identified cerebrovascular risk factors and who reported no cerebrovascular symptoms had these MRI periventricular lesions; 78.5% of patients with a history of cerebrovascular risk factors and who had had cerebrovascular symptoms had periventricular patterns.

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Neurology®
Volume 36Number 7July 1986
Pages: 998
PubMed: 3714061

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Published online: July 1, 1986
Published in print: July 1986

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Gary Gerard, MD
Department of Medicine (Section of Neurology) of the Winthrop University Hospital and the Department of Neurology and Psychiatry of the Tulane Medical School, New Orleans, LA.
Leon A. Weisberg, MD
Department of Medicine (Section of Neurology) of the Winthrop University Hospital and the Department of Neurology and Psychiatry of the Tulane Medical School, New Orleans, LA.

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