Supplemental data: The association of dilated perivascular spaces with cognitive decline and incident dementia

Matthew Paradise, John Crawford, Ben Lam, Wei Wen, Nicole Kochan, Steve Makkar, Laughlin Dawes, Julian Trollor, Brian Draper, Henry Brodaty & Perminder Sachdev
Objective: To determine if severe perivascular space (PVS) dilation is associated with longitudinal cognitive decline and incident dementia over four and eight years respectively, we analyzed data from a prospective cohort study. Methods: 414 community dwelling older adults aged 72-92 were assessed at baseline and biennially for up to eight years, with cognitive assessments, consensus dementia diagnoses and 3T MRI imaging. The numbers of PVS in two representative slices in the basal ganglia (BG) and...
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