Canadian Journal of Cardiology

Longer-Term Objective Cognitive Performance in Women with Versus Without a History of Preeclampsia: Results from the Longitudinal CARDIA Cohort

      Preeclampsia often leads to subclinical vascular impairment and short-term cognitive complaints, but whether objective cognitive deficits persist after preeclampsia is uncertain. Our aim was to assess the impact of preeclampsia on long-term cognitive function.
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