White matter, named for its relatively light appearance resulting from the lipid
content of myelin, refers to axon tracts and commissures. White matter tissue of
NORMAL WHITE MATTER. The white matter of the brain is located in the central
and subcortical regions of the cerebral and cerebellar hemispheres and ...
Mar 30, 2016 ... Subcortical white matter is the part of the brain that has a high concentration of
nerve fibers. It's primarily responsible for...
J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis. 2006 Mar-Apr;15(2):57-63. Silent brain infarction and
subcortical white matter lesions increase the risk of stroke and mortality: a ...
Dec 8, 2008 ... Diffuse ischemic white matter disease impairs executive functioning, ... this
chronic subcortical vascular disease, which is epidemic in our aging ...
Subcortical White Matter Infarcts. Comparison of Superficial Perforating Artery
and Internal Border-Zone. Infarcts Using Diffusion-Weighted Magnetic
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predominantly subcortical small vessel disease related lesions .
Sep 4, 2012 ... I frequently get asked about white matter disease of the brain. ... 3 or 4 small T2
hyperintensities identified in the subcortical white matter of both ...
Abstract. The impact of single and combined effects of subcortical white matter
lesions (WMLs) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)—defined brain infarct on
Subcortical White Matter Lesions in Osmotic Demyelination. Syndrome. Pierre M.
Bourgouin, Colin Chalk, John Richardson, Hoang Duang, and Jean L. Vezina.