Neurology found no association between chronic kidney disease and pre-or post-event dementia in transient ischemic attack and stroke patients. "Dementia is more common in patients with CKD than in the general population but pre-dialysis CKD itself appears not to be independently associated with either pre- or post-stroke dementia, except possibly with late-onset dementia in those with minor stroke events," wrote researchers."/> Neurology found no association between chronic kidney disease and pre-or post-event dementia in transient ischemic attack and stroke patients. "Dementia is more common in patients with CKD than in the general population but pre-dialysis CKD itself appears not to be independently associated with either pre- or post-stroke dementia, except possibly with late-onset dementia in those with minor stroke events," wrote researchers."/> Study finds no link between CKD, dementia in TIA patients

Study finds no link between CKD, dementia in TIA patients

2022-01-14

A cohort study published in Neurology found no association between chronic kidney disease and pre-or post-event dementia in transient ischemic attack and stroke patients. "Dementia is more common in patients with CKD than in the general population but pre-dialysis CKD itself appears not to be independently associated with either pre- or post-stroke dementia, except possibly with late-onset dementia in those with minor stroke events," wrote researchers.

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