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Impaired Cerebral Autoregulation Is Associated with Brain Atrophy and Worse Functional Status in Chronic Ischemic Stroke

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Effect of on functional status.

A: the residuals from least squares regression of age, BMI, mean BP, sex and infarct volume for stroke side of the stroke group, on gait speed plotted against stroke-side blood pressure-blood flow velocity (BP-BFV) phase difference. Cyan lines indicates least squares regression for BP-BFV phase difference on gait speed residuals in stroke subjects and 95% prediction interval. B: BP-BFV phase difference for stroke and non-stroke subjects as a function of score on the instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) survey. Error bars indicate standard error.

Figure 2