MR outcome parameters in multiple sclerosis: comparison of surface-based thresholding segmentation and magnetization transfer ratio histographic analysis in relation to disability (a preliminary note).

@article{Waesberghe1998MROP,
  title={MR outcome parameters in multiple sclerosis: comparison of surface-based thresholding segmentation and magnetization transfer ratio histographic analysis in relation to disability (a preliminary note).},
  author={Jan-Hein T. M. Van Waesberghe and Mark A. van Buchem and Massimo Filippi and J. A. Castelijns and M A Rocca and R van der Boom and Chris H. Polman and Frederik Barkhof},
  journal={AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={19 10},
  pages={1857-62}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSES MR imaging is now widely used to monitor disease progression in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship between disability status and existing and new MR parameters in MS patients. METHODS Forty-one patients with clinically definitive MS were studied. MR imaging included T2- and T1-weighted imaging as well as gradient-echo imaging with and without magnetization transfer contrast. We used surface-based… CONTINUE READING

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