New patient series show that MR fingerprinting contributes to epileptic lesion characterization beyond conventional MRI and that computer-assisted MRI post-processing enhances detection of subtle abnormalities in challenging cingulate and orbitofrontal epilepsies.
This case study of an 11-year-old illustrates the pivotal role advanced imaging techniques can play in presurgical evaluation to broaden the pool of candidates for curative epilepsy surgery.
Volumetric analysis of brain MRI allows for accurate and prompt rendering of the cortical surface. Here’s how we’re using it in three common neurological diseases.
This image-rich post profiles how we are using machine-learning algorithms to inform detection and delineation of pathological substrates on imaging studies in MS and epilepsy.
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Roughly 40 percent of epilepsy surgery candidates have MRI-negative lesions. Here’s how we’re using computer-assisted methods to pull out information not easily seen on visual analysis.