Stroke & Cognitive Decline

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Study investigators suggest that incident stroke appears to be associated with an acute decline in cognitive function. Incident stroke also appears to accelerate cognitive decline over 6 years. The study, which involved patients aged 45 and older without baseline cognitive impairment, demonstrated that stroke was associated with declines in new learning and verbal memory.

Source: JAMA, July 7, 2015.

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