The finding of equivalence in diagnostic accuracy raises hopes for an eventual noninvasive means for reliable early diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.
How Well Do Current MRI Modalities Measure Cortical Lesion Load in Multiple Sclerosis?
Cortical changes other than demyelination appear to exert more influence on conventional MRI modalities, finds a new postmortem MRI study. Better acquisition and post-processing methods are needed.
Deep Gray Matter Injury in Multiple Sclerosis: What We Know, Why It Matters
The lead author of a new consensus statement on deep gray matter injury shares potential implications for the characterization, monitoring and treatment of MS.
How 7T MRI Is Shaping the Care of Diverse Neurological Conditions (Podcast)
A leading neuroradiologist shares insights from six years of using this advanced imaging technology for research and clinical purposes in conditions from multiple sclerosis to brain tumor.
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Myelin PET: What It Is and How It Adds a New Dimension to Brain Mapping
A novel PET radiotracer binds preferentially to myelin to provide unique brain imaging advantages over existing MRI methods. Here’s an overview of its backstory and clinical potential.
Myelin PET: Pioneering Its Clinical Application in Epilepsy and Beyond
Myelin PET offers quantitative imaging of brain microstructure that goes beyond what’s seen with current MRI methods. Here’s how we’re using it in epilepsy — and how we’ll soon be using it in other CNS diseases.