DOI: 10.1007/s11055-015-0116-6
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Abstract: Moderate and mild cognitive impairment (CI) is often detected at the early stages of cerebral stroke, in some cases later transforming into severe impairments to cognitive processes [1][2][3][4]. At three years after stroke, the frequency of vascular dementia in patients with mild and moderate CI increases to 50%, and then at six years to 80% [4-9], resulting in not only medical, but also social-economic problems. This increasingly complex situation defines the search for diagnostic and therapeutic measures to… Show more

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