Prediction of a multiple sclerosis diagnosis in patients with clinically isolated syndrome using the 2016 MAGNIMS and 2010 McDonald criteria: a retrospective study.

@article{Filippi2018PredictionOA,
  title={Prediction of a multiple sclerosis diagnosis in patients with clinically isolated syndrome using the 2016 MAGNIMS and 2010 McDonald criteria: a retrospective study.},
  author={Massimo Filippi and Paolo Preziosa and Alessandro Meani and Olga Ciccarelli and Sarlota Mesaros and Alex Rovira and Jette L. Frederiksen and Christian Enzinger and Frederik Barkhof and Claudio Gasperini and W J Brownlee and Jelena S. Drulovi{\'c} and Xavier Montalban and Stig P. Cramer and Alexander Pichler and Marloes H J Hagens and Serena Ruggieri and Vittorio Martinelli and Katherine Anne Miszkiel and Mar Tintore and Giancarlo Comi and I M C Dekker and Bernard M. J. Uitdehaag and Irena Dujmovi{\'c}-Basuroski and Maria Assunta Rocca},
  journal={The Lancet. Neurology},
  year={2018},
  volume={17 2},
  pages={133-142}
}
BACKGROUND In 2016, the Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Multiple Sclerosis (MAGNIMS) network proposed modifications to the MRI criteria to define dissemination in space (DIS) and time (DIT) for the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis in patients with clinically isolated syndrome (CIS). Changes to the DIS definition included removal of the distinction between symptomatic and asymptomatic lesions, increasing the number of lesions needed to define periventricular involvement to three, combining cortical… CONTINUE READING
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