Friday January 19th 2018

Relevance of hypointense brain MRI lesions for long-term worsening of clinical disability in relapsing multiple sclerosis

Conclusion: In RRMS patients, long-term brain lesion accrual is associated with worsening in clinical disability. This is particularly true for hypointense, destructive lesions. (Source: Multiple Sclerosis)

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Relevance of hypointense brain MRI lesions for long-term worsening of clinical disability in relapsing multiple sclerosis

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