Neuroimaging of mitochondrial disease.

  title={Neuroimaging of mitochondrial disease.},
  author={R P Saneto and S D Friedman and Dennis W. W. Shaw},
  volume={8 5-6},
Mitochondrial disease represents a heterogeneous group of genetic disorders that require a variety of diagnostic tests for proper determination. Neuroimaging may play a significant role in diagnosis. The various modalities of nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) allow for multiple independent detection procedures that can give important anatomical and metabolic clues for diagnosis. The non-invasive nature of neuroimaging also allows for longitudinal studies. To date, no pathonmonic… CONTINUE READING
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