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Gadolinium Deposition Found in Early MS Brains

News   Jul 11, 2019 | Original story from the University at Buffalo

 
Gadolinium Deposition Found in Early MS Brains

These MRI images of MS patients (a and b) and healthy controls (c) show that patients who had more than 8 scans (a) using gadolinium-based contrast agents have areas of hyperintensity (brighter regions, white arrows) on the scans, indicating gadolinium deposition, compared to the scans of MS patients who had less than 8 scans (b) and healthy controls (c). Credit: Buffalo Neuroimaging Analysis Center, University at Buffalo

 
 
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