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Title: Use of advanced magnetic resonance imaging techniques in neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder
Authors: Stephane Kremer
Felix Renard
Sophie Achard
Marco A. Lana-Peixoto
Jacqueline Palace
Nasrin Asgari
Eric C. Klawiter
Silvia N. Tenembaum
Brenda Banwell
Benjamin M. Greenberg
Jeffrey L. Bennett
Michael Levy
Pablo Villoslada
Albert Saiz
Kazuo Fujihara
Koon Ho Chan
Sven Schippling
Friedemann Paul
Ho Jin Kim
Jerome De Seze
Jens T. Wuerfel
Philippe Cabre
Romain Marignier
Thomas Tedder
Danielle Van Pelt
Simon Broadley
Tanuja Chitnis
Dean Wingerchuk
Lekha Pandit
Maria Isabel Leite
Metha Apiwattanakul
Ingo Kleiter
Naraporn Prayoonwiwat
May Han
Kerstin Hellwig
Katja Van Herle
Gareth John
D. Craig Hooper
Ichiro Nakashima
Douglas Sato
Michael R. Yeaman
Emmanuelle Waubant
Scott Zamvil
Olaf Stüve
Orhan Aktas
Terry J. Smith
Anu Jacob
Kevin O'Connor
Universitat Gottingen
University of Oxford
Massachusetts General Hospital
UT Southwestern Medical School
Tohoku University School of Medicine
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Fort de France
CHU de Lyon
Duke University School of Medicine
Erasmus University Medical Center
Griffith University
Mayo Clinic Scottsdale-Phoenix, Arizona
Nitte University
Prasat Neurological Institute
Ruhr-Universitat Bochum
Mahidol University
Stanford University School of Medicine
St. Josef-Hospital im Katholischen Klinikum Bochum
The GJCF
The Mount Sinai Hospital
Thomas Jefferson University
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, San Francisco
Heinrich Heine Universitat
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Walton Center
Yale University School of Medicine
Universite de Strasbourg
CHU Strasbourg
CNRS Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Syddansk Universitet
Vejle Sygehus
National Pediatric Hospital Dr. Juan P. Garrahan
University of Pennsylvania
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Johns Hopkins University
Hospital Clinic Barcelona
The University of Hong Kong
UniversitatsSpital Zurich
University Hospital Zurich Neurologische Klinik
Technical High School
University of Zurich
Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Research Institute
National Cancer Center, Gyeonggi
Inserm
Keywords: Medicine
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2015
Citation: JAMA Neurology. Vol.72, No.7 (2015), 815-822
Abstract: Copyright 2015 American Medical Association. All rights reserved. Brain parenchymal lesions are frequently observed on conventional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans of patients with neuromyelitis optica (NMO) spectrum disorder, but the specific morphological and temporal patterns distinguishing them unequivocally from lesions caused by other disorders have not been identified. This literature review summarizes the literature on advanced quantitative imaging measures reported for patients with NMO spectrum disorder, including proton MR spectroscopy, diffusion tensor imaging, magnetization transfer imaging, quantitative MR volumetry, and ultrahigh-field strength MRI. It was undertaken to consider the advanced MRI techniques used for patients with NMO by different specialists in the field. Although quantitative measures such as proton MR spectroscopy or magnetization transfer imaging have not reproducibly revealed diffuse brain injury, preliminary data from diffusion-weighted imaging and brain tissue volumetry indicate greater white matter than gray matter degradation. These findings could be confirmed by ultrahigh-field MRI. The use of nonconventional MRI techniques may further our understanding of the pathogenic processes in NMO spectrum disorders and may help us identify the distinct radiographic features corresponding to specific phenotypic manifestations of this disease.
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http://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/36399
ISSN: 21686149
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