- •Free water fraction (FWF) is a metric of microstructural integrity.
- •FWF in cognitive ROIs reliably categorizes individuals with Parkinson's disease.
- •Individuals with higher FWF display lower executive function and memory.
- •High FWF at baseline predicts cognitive decline in multiple domains over two years.
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