Associations between atherosclerosis and neurological diseases, beyond ischemia-induced cerebral damage

@article{ColnCasteln2019AssociationsBA,
  title={Associations between atherosclerosis and neurological diseases, beyond ischemia-induced cerebral damage},
  author={Dannia Col{\'i}n-Castel{\'a}n and Silvio Zaina},
  journal={Reviews in Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders},
  year={2019},
  volume={20},
  pages={15-25}
}
Neurodegeneration is traditionally viewed as a consequence of peptide accumulation in the brain, stroke and/or cerebral ischemia. Nonetheless, a number of scattered observations suggest that neurological disease and atherosclerosis may be linked by more complex mechanisms. Understanding the intricate link between atherosclerosis and neurological conditions may have a significant impact on the quality of life of the growing ageing population and of high cardiovascular risk groups in general… CONTINUE READING
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