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Key factor for stability of capillaries in brain identified

The brain needs a lot of oxygen ? so every last corner of the brain?s tissue is served by a dense network of fine blood vessels. When these capillaries are damaged by high blood pressure or age, doctors call the condition cerebral small vessel disease. They estimate this is the cause of around one in five strokes, and that the condition may also lead to certain forms of dementia.
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