is the medical term used to describe white matter hyperintensities in the brain.
White matter lesions on MRI Vascular disease Leukoaraiosis
Vasculitis CADASIL Infections HIV HSV VZV JCV Miscellaneous Sarcoidosis Adrenoleukodystrophy ADEM MRI = magnetic resonance imaging; CADASIL = cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy; HSV = herpes simplex virus; VZV = varicella zoster virus; JCV = John Cunningham virus; ADEM = acute disseminated encephalomyelitis.
Among the topics they discuss are imaging methods and study of higher brain functions, human visual motion organization, Chinese character processing, and aspects of Alzheimer's disease; studies of face perception, language processing and word priming, memory, the kinetic visual field, and visual interpolation ability and leukoaraiosis
in healthy subjects; tactile pattern delivery devices in early detection of Alzheimer's disease; and the use of donepezil, Huperzine A, and memantine with Alzheimer's patients.
According to result of research from Hopital Notre Dame in Montreal, two silent factors - leukoaraiosis
and silent brain infarcts - can be really tricky and dangerous.
For example, the sensitivities of FA and MD measures have been shown to reveal damage in white matter in ischemic leukoaraiosis
abnormalities not noticeable on [T.
The authors focused on a preoperative diagnosis of leukoaraiosis
(chronic ischemic white matter changes) by magnetic resonance imaging in the subjects of this study.
The white matter hyperintensities, known as leukoaraiosis
, are thought to stem from cerebral small vessel disease.
The white matter hyperintensities, also known as leukoaraiosis
, are thought to be a consequence of cerebral small vessel disease.
CADASIL leads to leukoaraiosis
(white matter pallor secondary to small vessel occlusive disease) represented by confluent areas of high T2 and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR) signal within the white matter.
Hypertension is a leading risk factor for leukoaraiosis
, (56,57,69) as is elevated homocysteine, (70-74) endothelial dysfunction, (75-77) inflammation, (78) abnormal platelet aggregation, (79) and other common vascular toxins.
Patients with leukoaraiosis
carry an increased perioperative risk.
Subjects with evidence of large-vessel stroke, tumor, focal intracranial lesion, or significant leukoaraiosis