Magnetic resonance angiography-defined intracranial vasculopathy is associated with silent cerebral infarcts and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase mutation in children with sickle cell anaemia

Mathula Thangarajh, Genyan Yang, Dana Fuchs, Maria R. Ponisio, Robert C. Mckinstry, Alok Jaju, Michael J. Noetzel, James F. Casella, Emily Barron-Casella, W. Craig Hooper, Sheree L. Boulet, Christopher J. Bean, Meredith E. Pyle, Amanda B. Payne, Jennifer Driggers, Heidi A. Trau, Bruce A. Vendt, Mark Rodeghier, Michael R. Debaun

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