Magnetic resonance frequency shifts during acute MS lesion formation.

@article{Wiggermann2013MagneticRF,
  title={Magnetic resonance frequency shifts during acute MS lesion formation.},
  author={Vanessa Wiggermann and Enedino Hern{\'a}ndez Torres and Irene M. Vavasour and G. R. Wayne Moore and Cornelia Laule and Alex L. MacKay and David K B Li and Anthony Traboulsee and Alexander Rauscher},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2013},
  volume={81 3},
  pages={211-8}
}
OBJECTIVE We investigated the evolution of new multiple sclerosis (MS) lesions over time using frequency shifts of the magnetic resonance (MR) signal. METHODS Twenty patients with relapsing-remitting MS were serially scanned for 6 months at 1-month intervals. Maps of MR frequency shifts were acquired using susceptibility-weighted imaging. New lesions were identified by enhancement with gadolinium (Gd). RESULTS Forty new lesions were identified as areas of signal increase on Gd-enhanced… CONTINUE READING
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