Multiple sclerosis, MRI scan

Multiple sclerosis, MRI scan

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Caption: Multiple sclerosis. Coloured magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of the brain, in profile, of a 35 year old woman with multiple sclerosis (MS). Several lesions (damaged areas, bright white around centre) can be seen. MS is an autoimmune disease that causes nerve demyelination, which is the loss of the protective sheath covering the nerves. This leads to neuronal degeneration and a gradual loss of nerve function.

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