The prognostic value of brain MRI in clinically isolated syndromes of the CNS. A 10-year follow-up.

A definitive diagnosis of multiple sclerosis cannot be made at presentation on patients with a clinically isolated syndrome of the optic nerve, spinal cord or brainstem suggestive of demyelination, as dissemination in time is not established. To determine the long-term risk of abnormalities on brain MRI for the development of multiple sclerosis and… CONTINUE READING