Saturday December 16th 2017

Multi-Modal High-Field MRI Longitudinal Study of the Deep Gray Matter, Frontal Lobe, and Corpus Callosum in Parkinson’s Disease. (P6.071)

CONCLUSIONS: Our findings demonstrate quantitative MRI abnormalities of the DGM and CC indicative of tissue injury. This approach may be a useful biomarker to investigate in PD by examining the FA and MD maps. The rapid MRI acquisition can be applied in multi-center studies. Larger studies are indicated to confirm and better understand the clinical utility of our observations.Disclosure: Dr. Khan has nothing to disclose. Dr. Bao has nothing to disclose. Dr. Shneyder has nothing to disclose. Dr. Seraji-Bozorgzad has nothing to disclose. Dr. Thakore has nothing to disclose. Dr. Santiago Martinez has nothing to disclose. Dr. Gorden has nothing to disclose. Dr. George has received personal compensation for activities with Teva Neuroscience. Dr. George has received research support from Teva Ne…

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Multi-Modal High-Field MRI Longitudinal Study of the Deep Gray Matter, Frontal Lobe, and Corpus Callosum in Parkinson’s Disease. (P6.071)

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