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Palm tocotrienols may slow the progression of brain-degenerating white matter lesions
The researchers observed a 42% greater risk of periventricular white matter lesion progression for every 50 picomole per liter decrease in vitamin B12.
With lacunar infarctions, both upper-limb (UL) and lower-limb paresis are related purely to a white matter lesion .
Sixty percent of control females without migraine showed progression of white matter lesions as compared to 77 percent of those with migraine.
White matter lesions are independent risk factor to stroke.
White matter lesions are considered non-specific in SLE patients, and they are also associated with hypertension and antiphospholipid antibodies.
Are focal white matter lesions in patients with inflammatory bowel disease linked to multiple sclerosis?
The investigators used other MRI sequences to rate infarcts and used a validated tissue classification technique to assess white matter lesion volume.