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Annals of Neurology 2013, Vol. 73 (5) :584 -593 doi:10.1002/ana.23845
Pathogenesis of cerebral microbleeds: In vivo imaging of amyloid and;subcortical ischemic small vessel disease in 226 individuals with;cognitive impairment
Park, Jae-Hyun1;Seo, Sang Won1;Kim, Geon Ha1;Noh, Hyun Jin1;Lee, Jong Weon1;Kim, Chi Hun1;Noh, Young1;Cho, Hanna1;Kim, Hee Jin1;Yoon, Cindy W.1;Na, Duk L.1;Kim, Changsoo2;Kim, Sung Tae3;Kwak, Ki-Chang4;Lee, Jong Min4;Yoon, Uicheul5;Shin, Ji Soo6;Oh, Seung Jun7;Kim, Jae Seung7;Choe, Yearn Seong8;Lee, Kyung-Han8;Lee, Jae-Hong9;Ewers, Michael10;Weiner, Michael W.11,12;Werring, David J.13;
Park, Jae-Hyun1;Seo, Sang Won1;Kim, Geon Ha1;Noh, Hyun Jin1;Lee, Jong Weon1;Kim, Chi Hun1;Noh, Young1;Cho, Hanna1;Kim, Hee Jin1;Yoon, Cindy W.1;Na, Duk L.1;Kim, Changsoo2;Kim, Sung Tae3;Kwak, Ki-Chang4;Lee, Jong Min4;Yoon, Uicheul5;Shin, Ji Soo6;Oh, Seung Jun7;Kim, Jae Seung7;Choe, Yearn Seong8;Lee, Kyung-Han8;Lee, Jae-Hong9;Ewers, Michael10;Weiner, Michael W.11,12;Werring, David J.13;
Abstract: Objective Cerebral microbleeds (CMBs) are a neuroimaging marker of small vessel disease (SVD) with relevance for understanding disease mechanisms in cerebrovascular disease, cognitive impairment, and normal aging. It is hypothesized that lobar CMBs are due to cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA) and deep CMBs are due to subcortical ischemic SVD. We tested this hypothesis using structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) markers of subcortical SVD and in vivo imaging of amyloid in patients with cognitive impairment. Methods We included 226 patients: 89 with Alzheimer disease-related cognitive impairment (ADCI) and 137 with subcortical vascular cognitive impairment (SVCI). All subjects underwent amyloid imaging with [11C] Pittsburgh compound B (PiB) positron emission tomography, and MRI to detect CMBs and markers of subcortical SVD, including the volume of white matter hyperintensities (WMH) and the number of lacunes. Results Parietal and occipital lobar CMBs counts were higher in PiB+ ADCI with moderate WMH than PiB+ ADCI with minimal WMH, whereas PiB- patients with SVCI (ie, pure SVCI) showed both lobar and deep CMBs. In multivariate analyses of the whole cohort, WMH volume and lacuna counts were positively associated with both lobar and deep CMBs, whereas amyloid burden (PiB) was only associated with lobar CMBs. There was an interaction between lacuna burden and PiB retention on lobar (but not deep) CMBs (p<0.001). Interpretation Our findings suggest that although deep CMBs are mainly linked to subcortical SVD, both subcortical SVD and amyloid-related pathologies (eg, CAA) contribute to the pathogenesis of lobar CMBs, at least in subjects with mixed lobar and deep CMBs. Furthermore, subcortical SVD and amyloid-related pathologies interact to increase the risk of lobar CMBs. Ann Neurol 2013;73:584-593
Keywords: INFARCTS SURFACES PATHOLOGY HEMORRHAGE ABNORMALITIES ANGIOPATHY COMPOUND-B VASCULAR DEMENTIA ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE AUTOMATED 3-D EXTRACTION
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