Clinicians' and patients' perspectives on incidentally discovered silent brain infarction

Leung, Lester.


  • Abstract: Silent brain infarction (SBI) is a common condition found incidentally on neuroimaging studies obtained for other indications. SBI increases risk for symptomatic stroke and dementia. However, despite decades of research on risk factors and outcomes, there is no clear direction regarding optimal treatment or screening practices for SBI. Currently, in the absence of evidence-based screenin... read more
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