R S Pozzi Mucelli

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The aim of the present study was to investigate the relationship between involvement of specific areas of the brain and the occurrence of depression and anxiety in patients with multiple sclerosis. We studied 95 patients (62 women and 33 men, mean age 39.5 years, SD 11.2) with definite MS, 97 patients (65 women and 32 men, mean age 40.7, SD 11.9) suffering(More)
Sixty-two patients (40 women and 22 men) with multiple sclerosis (MS) were examined with 1.5 tesla magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain. Information on sexual and sphincteric disturbances has been collected, and data on disability, independence, cognitive performances and psychological functioning have been assessed. Calculations of T1- and(More)
To determine whether changes in specific regions of the brain can contribute to the development of depression in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). We prospectively studied 90 patients with clinically definite MS. Disability, independence, cognitive performances, and depressive and anxiety symptoms have been assessed at baseline and 2 years later. At(More)
Fifty-three ankles of 29 normal volunteers were examined with Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to improve the anatomical MR knowledge of tibiotalar and subtalar joints. The aim of our study was therefore to assess the visibility of articular cartilages, tendons and ligaments of the ankle and to define the best scan plane for their visualization. MR studies(More)
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