Saturday December 16th 2017

Fully Automated Detection and Quantification of T1 Hypointense Lesions in Multiple Sclerosis (P6.119)

CONCLUSIONS:The extended algorithm demonstrates a high sensitivity at an acceptable rate of false positive findings. It thus has potential to become a valuable tool for lesion detection and quantification in clinical MS trials to assess the risk of disability.Disclosure: Dr. Raji has nothing to disclose. Dr. Winkler has nothing to disclose. Dr. Spies has nothing to disclose. Dr. Tewes has nothing to disclose. Dr. Opfer has nothing to disclose. (Source: Neurology)

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Fully Automated Detection and Quantification of T1 Hypointense Lesions in Multiple Sclerosis (P6.119)

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