Research included the impact of diet on cognitive decline and the degree of a link between depression & dementia post intracerebral hemorrhage.
Presentations at the International Stroke Conference included cerebral amyloid angiopathy in patients with Alzheimer disease, a look at nutrition and cognitive decline, the effects of exercise on cognitive function post stroke, and depression and dementia post intracerebral hemorrhage.
Detection of Radiologic and Laboratory Features of Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy in Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease
Do patients with Alzheimer disease (AD) and cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA) have posterior vascular amyloid deposition and lower amyloid beta levels than patients with Alzheimer disease and no hemorrhagic (NH) lesion?
Advanced CAA is common with Alzheimer disease and may contribute to dementia pathogenesis, possibly affecting clinical treatment decisions.
Nutrition and Cognitive Decline Over 21-years: Results from the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study (ARIC)
Can a healthy diet protect against cognitive decline by improving vascular risk factors and reducing systemic inflammation?
After adjustments, midlife diet patterns did not have independent associations with cognitive decline.
Physical activity training is likely to reduce the burden of cognitive impairment in stroke survivors.
To what degree are depression and cognitive impairment post intracerebral hemorrahage (ICH) associated?