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Covert Stroke and Cognitive Decline Common After Noncardiac Surgery

16:50 EDT 15 Aug 2019 | NEJM

Roughly 1 in 14 older adults undergoing noncardiac surgery experience a perioperative covert stroke, and these patients face increased risk for cognitive decline, according to...

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