New study reveals age-related brain changes influence recovery after stroke

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A new study has revealed that areas of age-related damage in the brain relate to motor outcomes after a stroke — a phenomenon that may be under-recognized in stroke research. The new observational study looked at the relationship between stroke recovery and white matter hyper-intensities (WMHs) — areas of age-related damage in the brain’s white matter, which represent vascular dysfunction and are known to impact cognitive functions.  

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