Dementia with a stepwise deteriorating course (a series of small strokes) and a patchy distribution of neurologic deficits (affecting some functions and not others) caused by cerebrovascular disease.
a condition produced by ischemic or hemorrhagic brain injury
Dementia resulting from cerebrovascular disease, for example a cerebrovascular accident (stroke).
Mental incapacity due to inadequate blood flow to the brain.
a form of dementia caused by a narrowing or blockage of the arteries that supply blood to the brain or by strokes that interrupt blood flow in the brain. See also Multi-Infarct Dementia (MID)