Original Publication Date: >22 July, 2016
Publication / Source: Future Neurology
Authors: Paraskevas GP, Constantinides VC, Bougea A et al.
Cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leucoancepahlopathy (CADASIL) due to ∼200 identified mutations in NOTCH 3 gene (chromosome 19) is the most common cause of inherited cerebral small vessel disease, inherited stroke and inherited vascular cognitive decline . Typically, symptom onset is with migraine with aura at about the age of 30 years or early stroke at 41–50 years.Restricted Content / Members Only
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