Exploring the link between blood brain barrier permeability and cognitive dysfunction.
Jonathan James | | Quick Read
For researchers who seek to better understand neurological disorders, vascular dysfunction is emerging as a leading area of interest, with several studies beginning to unpick its contribution to cognitive impairment. Small vessel disease (SVD), characterized by the failure of blood vessels in the brain to fully dilate, is well associated with neurological disorders: it effects 50 percent of dementia sufferers worldwide, including those who have Alzheimer's disease (AD).
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