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Nature Reviews Neurology


A new study indicates that although men and women are equally likely to experience cognitive impairment after acute ischaemic stroke, there are sex differences in particular cognitive domains. Whether these differences are directly linked to biological sex is uncertain, as many factors, including age and pre-stroke factors, could contribute to cognitive outcomes.


Humans, Male, Female, Sex Characteristics, Cognitive Dysfunction, Stroke

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