Homocysteine and the Brain in Midadult Life : Evidence for an increase risk of leukoaraiosis in men
Background: High serum homocysteine (HCY) levels have been associated with thromboembolic cerebrovascular disease, but their relationship to microvascular disease is uncertain. Homocysteine also has a direct neurotoxic effect and has been linked to brain
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