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New and enlarging white matter lesions adjacent to the ventricle system and thalamic atrophy are independently associated with lateral ventricular enlargement in multiple sclerosis

Journal of Neurology

Oct 14, 2019

Tim SinneckerOzgür Yaldizli

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To investigate the association between new or enlarging T2-weighted (w) white matter (WM) lesions adjacent to the ventricle wall, deep grey matter (DGM) atrophy and lateral ventricular enlargement in multiple sclerosis (MS). Patients derived from the Genetic Multiple Sclerosis Associati...read more

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New and enlarging white matter lesions adjacent to the ventricle system and thalamic atrophy are independently associated with lateral ventricular enlargement in multiple sclerosis

Journal of Neurology

Oct 14, 2019

Tim SinneckerOzgür Yaldizli

PMID: 31612322

DOI: 10.1007/s00415-019-09565-w

Abstract

To investigate the association between new or enlarging T2-weighted (w) white matter (WM) lesions adjacent to the ventricle wall, deep grey matter (DGM) atrophy and lateral ventricular enlargement in multiple sclerosis (MS). Patients derived from the Genetic Multiple Sclerosis Associati...read more

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