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New Insights Into How COVID-19 Damages the Brain

Multifocal Microvascular Injury ID’d in Brain in COVID-19

No SARS-CoV-2 detected in postmortem samples, but brain may be susceptible to microvascular damage

Greater Levels of Exercise May Protect Brain in Later Life

Greater levels of moderate- to vigorous-intensity physical activity linked to more intact white matter integrity in late life, lower odds of lacunar infarcts

FUS Subthalamotomy Studied in Asymmetric Parkinson Disease

Motor features improved with focused ultrasound subthalamotomy on the side opposite main motor symptoms

Dexamethasone Not Favored for Chronic Subdural Hematoma

Dexamethasone worse than placebo with respect to favorable outcome at six months

B 11/12 AHA Black patients BP meds

High Blood Pressure Linked to White Matter Hyperintensities

Any increase in blood pressure was associated with increased WMH, even below 140, 90 mmHg for SBP, DBP

Multinutrient Intervention Slows Cognitive Decline in Alzheimer Disease

Childhood Lead Exposure Tied to Changes in Adult Brain Structure

Changes included less cortical, hippocampus surface area, plus lower IQ

Deep-Learning Algorithm Helps Radiologists ID Cerebral Aneurysm

RSNA: Anxiety May Hasten Progression to Alzheimer Disease

Rate of progression from MCI to AD increased with ApoE4, anxiety, lower hippocampal and entorhinal cortex volumes

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RSNA: Neurologic Complications of COVID-19 Examined

In patients with critical findings identified on neuroimaging, most common comorbidities were hypertension, diabetes

Air Pollution Tied to Neurological Disorders in Seniors

Air Pollution May Up Alzheimer Disease Risk in Elderly

Association seen in older women persisted even at PM2.5 levels below U.S. regulatory standards

Asymptomatic Brain Bleeds in Newborns Not Tied to Long-Term Harm

Normal brain development and neurodevelopmental scores seen at age 2 years