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Post-menopausal women more likely to have small brain lesions linked to cognitive impairment or stroke risk

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Results from a cross-sectional study published in Neurology revealed that post-menopausal women are more likely to have small brain lesions linked to cognitive impairment or stroke risk than men of the same age.According to the study on white matter, hyperintensities volume accelerated in both men and women, although acceleration was more rapid in women. 3,410 people were involved, among which 1,973 of them were female and 59.1% of them postmenopausal, ranging in age from 45 to 95.The study disc...
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