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Hemoglobin and anemia in relation to dementia risk and accompanying changes on brain MRI

Neurology

Aug 2, 2019

Frank J WoltersM Arfan Ikram

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To determine the long-term association of hemoglobin levels and anemia with risk of dementia, and explore underlying substrates on brain MRI in the general population. Serum hemoglobin was measured in 12,305 participants without dementia of the population-based Rotterdam Study (mean age...read more

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Anemia
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Population Based Study
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Infarction, Lacunar
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Dementia
Hemoglobin Measurement
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Hemoglobin and anemia in relation to dementia risk and accompanying changes on brain MRI

Neurology

Aug 2, 2019

Frank J WoltersM Arfan Ikram

PMID: 31366722

DOI: 10.1212/wnl.0000000000008003

Abstract

To determine the long-term association of hemoglobin levels and anemia with risk of dementia, and explore underlying substrates on brain MRI in the general population. Serum hemoglobin was measured in 12,305 participants without dementia of the population-based Rotterdam Study (mean age...read more

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Follow-up
Anemia
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Population Based Study
Shapes
Infarction, Lacunar
Woman
Brain
Dementia
Hemoglobin Measurement
52
38
4
19
Paper Details
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