Correlation of diastolic blood pressure and signs of cognitive dysfunction in essential hypertension.

Abstract

A significant positive relationship was obtained between degree of diastolic hypertension and frequency of errors made on a psychological test sensitive to cognitive dysfunction in a sample of essential hypertensives. The significance of the relationship, (a) was obtained in spite of a small sample size and (b) persisted even after the possible confounding… (More)

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