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Risk factors for intracranial artery calcifications and their connections to cognitive impairment and cardiovascular illness

Nia Sharma

Imaging frequently reveals arterial calcifications, although the precise implications are frequently ambiguous. The medial layer, which is made up of the tunica media and the internal elastic lamina, is where arterial calcifications can be found. The risk factors for medial and intimal calcifications appear to vary. Intimal calcification risk variables included older age, smoking, hypertension, and a positive family history of vascular disorders, while medial calcification risk factors included diabetes mellitus and prior vascular disease in addition to older age and a positive family history. Intimal and medial calcifications have different effects in addition to having different risk factors.

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