From continuous acquisition to digital twin technology to microstructural imaging, next-generation cardiac MRI aims to augment image quality while improving efficiency and patient comfort.
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.
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.
T2-MRI to Assess Disease Progression in Autosomal Recessive Polycystic Kidney Disease
Preliminary research indicates the T2-MRI is capable of detecting changes in the severity of cystic kidney disease over time. Pediatric nephrologist Katherine Dell, MD, discusses the study she presented at the 18th Congress of the International Pediatric Nephrology Association.
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Novel Brain MRI Techniques to Improve Epilepsy Surgery: Updates from AES 2018
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.
Functional and Structural Brain Connectivity in Prodromal Huntington’s Disease
Imaging studies are offering a unique window into brain functional reorganization in prodromal HD that’s not related to brain atrophy or motor symptoms. Sensitive biomarkers of disease progression are the end goal.