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Non-contrast MRI Proves Effective in Monitoring MS Patients

News   Mar 14, 2019 | Original Press Release from the Radiological Society of North America

 
Non-contrast MRI Proves Effective in Monitoring MS Patients

Images were obtained with subtraction of unenhanced T1-weighted MR image from contrast-enhanced MR image (T1sub), fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (FLAIR), and double inversion recovery (DIR). The new lesion (arrow), a small, subcortical lesion in right parietal lobe, is seen only on contrast-enhanced image; it was overlooked on DIR and FLAIR images. Note that there are several other new or enlarged lesions that can be seen on nonenhanced images. Credit: Radiological Society of North America

 
 
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