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A look back: In-depth MRI techniques and analysis in multiple sclerosis

A look back: In-depth MRI techniques and analysis in multiple sclerosis
  • Neurology
  • Multiple sclerosis

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Milano: A look back

Basic knowledge of MRI imaging is an essential skill for all neurologists involved in multiple sclerosis (MS) management, namely for the purposes of diagnosis, exclusion of MS mimickers and for monitoring the course of the disease. In the near future, quantification of white and grey matter structural damage will be required in clinical practice in order to stage MS at the individual patient’s level and to monitor treatment efficacy. The accessibility of easy-to-use software for post-processing imaging makes it possible to apply quantitative MRI analysis research to clinical practice. On the occasion of our practice teaching course on MRI in MS, held at the San Raffaele Scientific Institute in Milan, Italy, attendees had the opportunity to challenge themselves with post-processing imaging analysis and test their knowledge through hands-on training sessions.

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This is a copyrighted resource for the sole purpose of education. Resource may be used for classroom training only and must remain as is, including the branding and EXCEMED logo. It is backed by a publishing license, signed by the author.

Practice teaching course
Milan, Italy
Oct 13 - 14, 2016
Takes place at
S. Raffaele Hospital
Target audience
Young clinicians and scientists currently involved in MS management as well as radiologists interested in MS
by Excemed