Maladies cardiovasculaires

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Small vessel disease and general cognitive function in nondisabled elderly: the LADIS study. Whitmer RA., Sidney S., Selby J., Johnston SC., Yaffe K. – Midlife cardiovascular risk factors and risk of dementia in late life. Early inflammation and dementia : a 25 year follow-up of the Honolulu-Asia Aging Study. Jellinger KA. – Alzheimer disease and cerebrovascular pathology: an update. Effects of blood pressure lowering with perindopril and indapamide therapy on dementia and cognitive decline in patients with cerebrovascular disease. Average daily blood pressure, not office blood pressure, is associated with progression of cerebrovascular disease and cognitive decline in older people.

Vermeer SE., Prins ND., den Heijer T., Hofman A., Koudstaal PJ., Breteler MM. – Silent brain infarcts and the risk of dementia and cognitive decline. Hypertension 2 . Adherence to a Mediterranean-type dietary pattern and cognitive decline in a community population. Bastos-Leite AJ., van der Flier WM., van Straaten EC., Staekenborg SS., Scheltens P., Barkhof F. – The contribution of medial temporal lobe atrophy and vascular pathology to cognitive impairment in vascular dementia. Brain atrophy is related to lacunar lesions and tissue microstructural changes in Cadasil. Cordoliani-Mackowiak MA., Henon H., Pruvo JP., Pasquier F., Leys D. – Poststroke dementia: influence of hippocampal atrophy. Jouvent E., Poupon C., Gray F., et al. Tzourio C., Anderson C., Chapman N., et al. Kerrouche N., Herholz K., Mielke R et al. Hara K., Shiga A., Fukutake T., et al. Lockhart A., Lamb JR., Osredkar T., et al. Erkinjuntti T., Kurz A., Gauthier S., Bullock R., Lilienfeld S., Damaraju CV. Hypertension et huiles essentielles . Erkinjuntti T., Haltia M., Palo J., Sulkava R., Paetau A. – Accuracy of the clinical diagnosis of vascular dementia: a prospective clinical and post-mortem neuropathological study. Pfefferkorn T., Crassard I., Linn J., Dichgans M., Boukobza M., Bousser MG. Dichgans M., Mayer M., Uttner I., et al.

Hypertension : arrêt de la commercialisation du médicament.. Dichgans M., Markus HS., Salloway S., et al. Levasseur M., Baron JC., Sette G., et al. Richards A., van den Maagdenberg AM., Jen JC., et al. Datta NN., Rehman SU., Kwork JC., Chan KY., Poon CY. Des mesures hygiéno-diététiques seules ou, le plus souvent, associées à un traitement médicamenteux permettent d’abaisser la pression artérielle. Dans le syndrome Cadasil la pénétrance est-elle forte ou, comme dans toute maladie dominante, l’expressivité est-elle variable, indépendamment des traitements préventifs à visée neuro-vasculaire ? Eu égard à ses composants, il convient d’utiliser la plante avec prudence chez les personnes présentant une insuffisance hépatique, suivant des traitements anticoagulants, ayant des problèmes de tension (soit une faible pression, soit prenant des médicaments contre l’ hypertension artérielle), souffrant d’anémie, de troubles gastro-intestinaux ou de troubles neurologiques. Il n’y a malheureusement aucun traitement préventif d’efficacité prouvée mais nous utilisons les traitements habituels : aspirine, statines, antihypertenseurs etc. On la consomme pour toutes les occasions, fêtes, mariages, etc. Tangney CC., Kwasny MJ., Li H., Wilson RS., Evans DA., Morris MC. Firbank MJ., Allan LM., Burton EJ., Barber R., O’Brien JT., Kalaria RN. Buffon F., Porcher R., Hernandez K., et al.

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