Serial cranial and spinal cord magnetic resonance imaging in multiple sclerosis.
Twenty-nine mildly disabled patients with multiple sclerosis underwent serial clinical and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) evaluations (pre- and postgadolinium cranial and spinal cord MRI) on at least 3 occasions at 13-week intervals and during periods of suspected relapse. Using clinical judgment of the presence of recent active disease as the gold standard, combined MRI studies confirmed the clinical impression of active disease in 93% of follow-up visits (sensitivity) and the absence of a...Expand abstract
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