D. Hadjiev

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The aims of this epidemiological population-based cohort study were to examine the prevalence of the multiple modifiable vascular risk factors, their distribution patterns and outcomes among a Bulgarian urban population. A total of 500 volunteers, 200 men and 300 women, without clinical signs and symptoms of cerebrovascular disease, aged 50-79 years, were(More)
The aims of this epidemiological population-based cohort study were to examine the prevalence and outcomes of asymptomatic carotid stenosis (ACS) detected by duplex scanning and its relations to other vascular risk factors. A total of 500 volunteers, 200 men and 300 women, without signs and symptoms of cerebrovascular disease, aged 50-79 years, were(More)
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OBJECTIVES The role of the antihypertensive therapy in preventing cognitive disorders in elderly persons without a history of stroke is a matter of debate. This review focuses on the pathogenesis of the cognitive disorders in elderly hypertensives and on the risk factors of their occurrence. METHODS Relevant papers were identified by searches in PubMed(More)
OBJECTIVE The role of the antihypertensive therapy in preventing vascular cognitive disorders in elderly persons without a history of stroke is a matter of debate. This review focuses on cognitive disorders in elderly hypertensive patients. METHODS Relevant papers were identified by searches in PubMed from 1946 until February 2007 using the keywords(More)
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