DWMH

AcronymDefinition
DWMHDouble Wide Mobile Home
DWMHDeep White Matter Hyperintensities (neurology)
DWMHDeep White Matter High Signal
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As Table 2 shows, PWMH and WHM scores had significant differences (Fisher: p=0.031; [X.sup.2]=7.817, p=0.008), but DWMH and MTA had none (Fisher: p=0.265; 0.253).
He concluded that the accumulation of damage on small and microvascular vessels is a common neuropathological route in the elderly, leading to depression and cognitive decline, and deep white matter hyperintensity (DWMH) is an important risk factor for these episodes of LOD.
There was a significant, linear association between baseline Hachinski score, an indicator of cerebrovascular risk factors, and the magnitude of volume increases in PVH and DWMH, said Dr.
There was a significant, linear association between baseline Hachinski score, an indicator of cerebrovascular risk factors, and the magnitude of volume increases in PVH and DWMH. That observation is consistent with findings by other researchers that changes in SSBD volume are cerebrovascular in origin, according to the investigators (Am.J.