Ambulatory versus home versus clinic blood pressure: the association with subclinical cerebrovascular diseases: the Ohasama Study.

@article{Hara2012AmbulatoryVH,
  title={Ambulatory versus home versus clinic blood pressure: the association with subclinical cerebrovascular diseases: the Ohasama Study.},
  author={Azusa Hara and Kazushi Tanaka and Takayoshi Ohkubo and Takeo Kondo and Masahiro Kikuya and Hirohito Metoki and Takanao Hashimoto and Michihiro Satoh and Ryusuke Inoue and Kei Asayama and Taku Obara and Takuo Hirose and Shin-Ichi Izumi and Hiroshi Satoh and Yutaka Imai},
  journal={Hypertension},
  year={2012},
  volume={59 1},
  pages={22-8}
}
The usefulness of ambulatory, home, and casual/clinic blood pressure measurements to predict subclinical cerebrovascular diseases (silent cerebrovascular lesions and carotid atherosclerosis) was compared in a general population. Data on ambulatory, home, and casual/clinic blood pressures and brain MRI to detect silent cerebrovascular lesions were obtained in 1007 subjects aged ≥55 years in a general population of Ohasama, Japan. Of the 1007 subjects, 583 underwent evaluation of the extent of… CONTINUE READING
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