Patients and Methods
Abbreviations and Acronyms:ARR (adjusted relative risk), CT (computed tomography), EHR (electronic health record), HC (hypercholesterolemia), HTN (hypertension), ICD (International Classification of Diseases), KPSC (Kaiser Permanente Southern California), MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), NLP (natural language processing), RF (risk factor), SBI (silent brain infarct), SBP (systolic blood pressure), SCD (silent cerebrovascular disease), WMD (white matter disease)
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Grant Support: This study was funded by grant R01NS102233 from the National Institutes of Health . The funder had no role in study design, data collection/analysis, report writing, or decision to publish.