For accelerated brain aging and cognitive decline linkedVascular risk factors such as diabetes, hypertension, obesity and smoking, linked in middle age with accelerated brain aging and cognitive decline later in life a study by a study by the University of California Davis who in the journal Neurology on 2nd published published. – Senior author Dr. Charles DeCarli, of the Department of Neurology and Center for Neuroscience at UC Davis, who is also a member of the American Academy of Neurology, told the press:..
For the study, the researchers examined 1,352 participants without dementia were to participate in the prospective Framingham Offspring Cohort Study.They assessed their cardiovascular risk factors such as blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes, a greater chance in midlife , and looked for links with different labels brain aging and changes in mental abilities, both of which were at the beginning of the study and then follow evaluated 7 to 13 years later.‘Most orthopedic surgeons at special, additional X-ray views has been carried out according a CT scan and a diagnosis confirming We recommend at 11:40 access be eliminated since pelvic CT, is with multi – plane and three-dimensional reconstructed pictures. Of the of suspected pelvic injuries, ‘said Ali.. This study, on Allegheny General Hospital Pittsburgh, conducted containing 132 patients with a pelvic fractures, which can be evaluated using standard X – beams and CT was. ‘Based on the findings our retrospective study we, pelvic X – rays, primarily specific views could identify 48 per cent of pelvic injuries and is also adding are no significant value of in patient care,’said Zulfiqar Ali, lead author of this study.