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Intensive blood pressure control and cerebral blood flow in small vessel disease

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr. Loes Rutten-Jacobs.

Dr Croall is a cognitive neuroscientist with a broad research interest in the links between the neurophysiology of the abnormal brain and cognitive problems.

In his current work he uses MRI imaging techniques to study these mechanisms in the PRESERVE study; a clinical trail investigating the possible benefits of “intensive” blood pressure treatment in cerebral small vessel disease with regards to the patient’s physical and cognitive outcomes.

In his talk he will be presenting a PRESERVE analysis examining how cerebral blood flow has been affected by the different treatment regimes over the first three months of the study

This talk is part of the Stroke Research Meetings series.

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