White matter hyperintensities and amyloid are independently associated with entorhinal cortex volume among individuals with mild cognitive impairment

Vanessa A. Guzman, Owen T. Carmichael, Christopher Schwarz, Giuseppe Tosto, Molly E. Zimmerman, Adam M. Brickman

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