White matter hyperintensities in vascular contributions to cognitive impairment and dementia (VCID): Knowledge gaps and opportunities

Jessica Alber, Suvarna Alladi, Hee Joon Bae, David A. Barton, Laurel A. Beckett, Joanne M. Bell, Sara E. Berman, Geert Jan Biessels, Sandra E. Black, Isabelle Bos, Gene L. Bowman, Emanuele Brai, Adam M. Brickman, Brandy L. Callahan, Roderick A. Corriveau, Silvia Fossati, Rebecca F. Gottesman, Deborah R. Gustafson, Vladimir Hachinski, Kathleen M. HaydenAlex M. Helman, Timothy M. Hughes, Jeremy D. Isaacs, Angela L. Jefferson, Sterling C. Johnson, Alifiya Kapasi, Silke Kern, Jay C. Kwon, Juraj Kukolja, Athene Lee, Samuel N. Lockhart, Anne Murray, Katie E. Osborn, Melinda C. Power, Brittani R. Price, Hanneke F.M. Rhodius-Meester, Jacqueline A. Rondeau, Allyson C. Rosen, Douglas L. Rosene, Julie A. Schneider, Henrieta Scholtzova, C. Elizabeth Shaaban, Narlon C.B.S. Silva, Heather M. Snyder, Walter Swardfager, Aron M. Troen, Susanne J. van Veluw, Prashanthi Vemuri, Anders Wallin, Cheryl Wellington, Donna M. Wilcock, Sharon Xiangwen Xie, Atticus H. Hainsworth*

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