Enhanced magnetic resonance imaging in multiple sclerosis

  • Filippi M
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Gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is very sensitive in the detection of active lesions of multiple sclerosis (MS) and has become a valuable tool to monitor the evolution of the disease either natural or modified by treatment. In the past few years, several studies, on the one hand, have assessed several ways to increase the sensitivity of enhanced MRI to disease activity and, on the other, have investigated in vivo the nature and evolution of enhancing lesions using different non-conventional MR techniques to better define the relationship between enhancement and tissue loss in MS. The present review is a summary of these studies whose results are discussed in the context of MS clinical trial planning and monitoring. Multiple Sclerosis (2000) 6 320 - 326

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  • Clinical Trials as Topic
  • Gadolinium/*diagnostic use
  • Humans
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging/*methods
  • Multiple Sclerosis/*diagnosis

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