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Consensus recommendations for MS cortical lesion scoring using double inversion recovery MRI.
Geurts JJ, Roosendaal SD, Calabrese M, Ciccarelli O, Agosta F, Chard DT, Gass A, Huerga E, Moraal B, Pareto D, Rocca MA, Wattjes MP, Yousry TA, Uitdehaag BM, Barkhof F; MAGNIMS Study Group. Geurts JJ, et al. Neurology. 2011 Feb 1;76(5):418-24. doi: 10.1212/WNL.0b013e31820a0cc4. Epub 2011 Jan 5. Neurology. 2011. PMID: 21209373
BACKGROUND: Different double inversion recovery (DIR) sequences are currently used in multiple sclerosis (MS) research centers to visualize cortical lesions, making it difficult to compare published data. This study aimed to formulate …
BACKGROUND: Different double inversion recovery (DIR) sequences are currently used in multiple sclerosis (MS) re …
Histopathology-validated recommendations for cortical lesion imaging in multiple sclerosis.
Bouman PM, Steenwijk MD, Pouwels PJW, Schoonheim MM, Barkhof F, Jonkman LE, Geurts JJG. Bouman PM, et al. Brain. 2020 Oct 1;143(10):2988-2997. doi: 10.1093/brain/awaa233. Brain. 2020. PMID: 32889535 Free PMC article.
At clinical field strengths, double inversion recovery MRI is most sensitive, but still only detects 18% of all histopathologically validated cortical lesions. ...While their overall sensitivity does not exceed 25%, double inver
At clinical field strengths, double inversion recovery MRI is most sensitive, but still only detects 18% of all …