Cognitive Deficits and Related Brain Lesions in Patients With Chronic Heart Failure.

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Summary of "Cognitive Deficits and Related Brain Lesions in Patients With Chronic Heart Failure."

This study sought to determine the spectrum of brain lesions seen in heart failure (HF) patients and the extent to which lesion type contributes to cognitive impairment.


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Name: JACC. Heart failure
ISSN: 2213-1787


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