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Carotid plaques increase the risk of stroke and subtypes of cerebral infarction in asymptomatic elderly: the Rotterdam study.
Alcohol intake in relation to brain magnetic resonance imaging findings in older persons without dementia.
Assessment of cerebral small vessel disease predicts individual stroke risk.
Homocysteine, silent brain infarcts, and white matter lesions: The Rotterdam Scan Study.
Plasma vitamin B12 status and cerebral white-matter lesions.
Retinal vascular calibers and the risk of intracerebral hemorrhage and cerebral infarction: the Rotterdam Study.
Cerebral small-vessel disease and decline in information processing speed, executive function and memory.
Comparison between measures of atherosclerosis and risk of stroke: the Rotterdam Study.
Age-related macular degeneration and the risk of stroke: the Rotterdam study.
Insulin resistance and the risk of stroke and stroke subtypes in the nondiabetic elderly.
Incidental findings on brain MRI in the general population.
Use of hippocampal and amygdalar volumes on magnetic resonance imaging to predict dementia in cognitively intact elderly people.
Determinants of cerebellar and cerebral volume in the general elderly population.
Kidney function is related to cerebral small vessel disease.
Silent brain infarcts and white matter lesions increase stroke risk in the general population: the Rotterdam Scan Study.