Attenuation of Brain White Matter Lesions After Lacunar Stroke

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White matter lesions (WMLs) are commonly observed in stroke patients with small vessel disease (SVD) and are thought to result from a progressive, irreversible disease process following arteriolosclerosis. In this study, we report a case of partial disappearance of WMLs 1 year after a lacunar stroke in a 69-year-old man with evidence of SVD. We also discuss… (More)

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@inproceedings{DurandBirchenall2012AttenuationOB, title={Attenuation of Brain White Matter Lesions After Lacunar Stroke}, author={Julia Durand-Birchenall and Claire Leclercq and Jo{\"e}l Daouk and Pauline Monet and Olivier Godefroy and J Bugnicourt}, booktitle={International journal of preventive medicine}, year={2012} }