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Application and research progress of MRI on cerebral small vessel disease and vascular cognitive impairment
KANG Xiaomeng  LI Huabing 

Cite this article as: Kang XM, Li HB. Application and research progress of MRI on cerebral small vessel disease and vascular cognitive impairment[J]. Chin J Magn Reson Imaging, 2022, 13(9): 132-135. DOI:10.12015/issn.1674-8034.2022.09.031.


[Abstract] Cerebral small vessel disease (CSVD), the most common cause of vascular dementia, is a wide range of cerebrovascular diseases with various etiologies. The prevalence of CSVD with age, which affects the quality of life of the elderly. With the development of neuroimaging and the application of more and more new imaging technologies, the early diagnosis of CSVD and its relationship with vascular cognitive impairment have become a research hotspot. This paper reviews the role and research progress of MRI in CSVD and vascular cognitive impairment, in order to provide imaging basis for the clinical diagnosis of CSVD.
[Keywords] magnetic resonance imaging;cerebral small vessel disease;vascular cognitive impairment;neuroimaging markers

KANG Xiaomeng1   LI Huabing2*  

1 Shanxi Medical University, Taiyuan 030001, China

2 Department of MRI, Shanxi Jincheng General Hosptial, Shanxi Medical University, Jincheng 048000, China

*Li HB, E-mail: lihuabing3668960@163.com

Conflicts of interest   None.

Received  2022-05-17
Accepted  2022-09-13
DOI: 10.12015/issn.1674-8034.2022.09.031
Cite this article as: Kang XM, Li HB. Application and research progress of MRI on cerebral small vessel disease and vascular cognitive impairment[J]. Chin J Magn Reson Imaging, 2022, 13(9): 132-135.DOI:10.12015/issn.1674-8034.2022.09.031

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