MRI of Multiple Sclerosis

MRI of Multiple Sclerosis

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Caption: Color enhanced sagittal (from the side) FLAIR image of the brain in a person with multiple sclerosis showing extensive involvement of the periventricular white matter (light purple), which is a typical appearance for this disorder. Areas of demyelination occur in the peri-venular regions around the lateral ventricles and, therefore, they often have a perpendicular orientation compared with the long axis of the lateral ventricles. Pathologically, this appearance is referred to as 'Dawson's Fingers'. (Enhancement of BG3616.).

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Keywords: abnormal, abnormal white matter, brain, brain mri, cerebral mri, dawsons fingers, demyelinating disease, demyelinating plaque, diagnostic, flair, fluid attenuated inversion recovery, magnetic resonance imaging, medical, medical imaging, mri, ms, ms in periventricular zones, multiple sclerosis, pathology, periventricular demyelination, periventricular ms, perivenular demyelination, white matter disease

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