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The association of vascular disorders with incident dementia in different age groups

20:00 EDT 16 May 2019 | Alzheimer's Research and Therapy

There is increasing evidence that dementia risk associated with vascular disorders is age dependent. Large population-based studies of incident dementia are necessary to further elucidate this effect. Therefor...

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