Research Paper Volume 12, Issue 9 pp 8506—8522

White matter hyperintensities associated with progression of cerebral small vessel disease: a 7-year Chinese urban community study


Figure 1. Individual participants’ changes in WMH volume between baseline and follow-up by tertile of baseline WMH volume. All participants (n=191) were divided into three groups by tertile of baseline WMH volume, with 64 participants in T1, 64 participants in T2, and 63 participants in T3. Each line represents an individual participant, linking baseline WMH volume (left) to follow-up WMH volume (right) of each tertile column. Participants in T1 had the least WMH progression and those in T3 had the most WMH progression. WMH = white matter hyperintensities.