Hypertensive Target Organ Damage and Longitudinal Changes in Brain Structure and Function: The Second Manifestations of Arterial Disease-Magnetic Resonance Study.

@article{Veen2015HypertensiveTO,
  title={Hypertensive Target Organ Damage and Longitudinal Changes in Brain Structure and Function: The Second Manifestations of Arterial Disease-Magnetic Resonance Study.},
  author={Pieternella H van der Veen and Mirjam I. Geerlings and Frank L. J. Visseren and Hendrik M. W. Nathoe and W. P. Th. M. Mali and Y van der Graaf and Majon T H Muller},
  journal={Hypertension},
  year={2015},
  volume={66 6},
  pages={
          1152-8
        }
}
Hypertension has been related to structural and functional brain changes. In high-risk populations, hypertensive target organ damage might better represent exposure to high blood pressure than the blood pressure measurement itself. We examined the association of hypertensive target organ damage with longitudinal changes in brain structure and function within the Second Manifestations of Arterial Disease-Magnetic Resonance (SMART-MR) study. Renal function, albuminuria, and left ventricular… CONTINUE READING

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
SHOWING 1-10 OF 31 REFERENCES

and dementia

  • M vanDooren, J Staals, PW deLeeuw, AA Kroon, LH Henskens, RJ vanOostenbrugge
  • Hypertension
  • 2014

associated with an accelerated aging of the brain ?

  • JC delaTorre
  • 2014

in the oldest old : a critical role for frailty ?

  • P Greenland, JS Alpert, GA Beller
  • 2014

Blood pressure and progression of brain atrophy : the SMART - MR Study

  • M Muller, YM Smulders, PW deLeeuw, CD Stehouwer
  • JAMA Neurol
  • 2013

Diabetes mellitus and progression of vascular brain lesions and brain atrophy in patients with symptomatic atherosclerotic disease . The SMART - MR study

  • B Schmand, MI Geerlings, C Jonker, J Lindeboom
  • J Neurol Sci
  • 2013

in the oldest old : the Leiden 85 - plus Study

  • HM Jochemsen, M Muller, +5 authors MI Geerlings
  • 2013

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…