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.
An information-guided approach to care — involving brain mapping, image post-processing and more — is leading to enhanced diagnosis and more-personalized treatments in patients with complex neurological diseases.
Neural implants will soon play a role in treating various neurologic diseases, thanks to expert use of fMRI during electrode placement. Here’s how the technique is being applied for epilepsy, movement disorders and more.
In the first longitudinal study to compare brain activity and cognitive function in cognitively intact elders with and without a key gene marker for Alzheimer disease, fMRI demonstrated clear differences.
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When ultrasound comes up short in elucidating fetal abnormalities, fetal MRI often can bridge the gap, especially in complex cases. Here’s a look at Cleveland Clinic’s approach to common neuroimaging indications for fetal MRI.
Two recent functional neuroimaging studies advance our understanding of how the brain changes with concussion, raising the prospect of one day using fMRI for disability assessment and rehab planning.
Insights from 2-D MRS studies have ignited a quest to study chemical changes in large volumes of brain simultaneously using 3-D PEPSI imaging. And they hint at what’s possible with MRS at 7-tesla field strength.
7-tesla MRI imaging is taking neuropsychiatric research into new territory with awe-inspiring resolution — and the story of what’s involved in scanner installation is pretty impressive too.