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how likely is dementia when an MRI states Mild microvascular

how likely is dementia when an MRI states Mild microvascular changes in the brain and scattered small foci of increased signal intensity are seen in the subcortical white matter, with memory loss symptoms, foggy brain, dizziness, balance issues and a few other symptoms
Sat, 7 Jan 2017
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