Creutzfeldt-jakob disease involvement of rolandic cortex: a quantitative apparent diffusion coefficient evaluation.

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BACKGROUND Previous reports have suggested that abnormally reduced water diffusivity and T2 prolongation involving cerebral gray matter in patients with early sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (sCJD) involves all areas of neocortex with similar frequency, except for primary sensorimotor cortex (Rolandic cortex) and visual cortex. Rolandic cortex often… (More)

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