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Journal Highlight: In vivo diffusion MRI detects early spinal cord axonal pathology in a mouse model of ALS

Date: Nov 8, 2018

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Diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) exhibits contrast that identifies macro‐ and microstructural changes in neurodegenerative diseases. Previous studies have shown that MR diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) can observe changes in spinal cord white matter in animals and humans affected with symptomatic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).

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Electrifying your gut: MRI monitors digestive aid

Date: Nov 1, 2018

Author: David Bradley

Electrical stimulation could solve many gastrointestinal problems for millions of people around the world. Now, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies have taken a closer look at how such therapy affects the stomach when the vagus nerve is stimulated.

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Journal Highlight: Noncontrast breast MRI during pregnancy using diffusion tensor imaging: A feasibility study

Date: Oct 22, 2018

Author: spectroscopyNOW

The feasibility and clinical utility of noncontrast breast MRI using diffusion tensor imaging has been investigated in the diagnostic workup of pregnancy‐associated breast cancer, revealing that the technique is feasible and well‐tolerated during pregnancy.

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Bleeding brains: MRI finds what matters

Date: Oct 1, 2018

Author: David Bradley

A research team that includes University of California Irvine project scientist Rachita Sumbria, PhD, and UCI neurologist Mark Fisher have obtained evidence for the first time that shows that blood deposits in the brain may not necessarily be due to a tear in a blood vessel.

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Journal Highlight: 4‐year outcomes from an MP‐MRI based active surveillance programme – PSA dynamics and serial MRI scans allow omission of protocol biopsies

Date: Sep 24, 2018

Author: spectroscopyNOW

A study of the outcomes from a multi‐parametric MRI-based active surveillance programme that did not perform protocol biopsies after the first confirmatory biopsy concluded that men with low-risk Gleason 3+3 cancer can forgo protocol biopsies in favour of MRI and PSA monitoring with selective re‐biopsy.

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Obesity is in your head: MRI and weight gain clues

Date: Sep 1, 2018

Author: David Bradley

An examination of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and cognitive test data from 1,200 individuals, supplied as part of the Human Connectome Project shows that when it comes to weight gain, the problem may be mostly in our heads and in our genes.

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Journal Highlight: Applications of PET‐MRI in musculoskeletal disease

Date: Aug 20, 2018

Author: spectroscopyNOW

Emerging applications of PET‐MRI in musculoskeletal disease have been reviewed, including clinical applications of malignant musculoskeletal disease, new opportunities involving nononcologic musculoskeletal disease and relevant technical considerations and challenges.

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Multiple Sclerosis: MRI shows brain iron link

Date: Aug 1, 2018

Author: David Bradley

Researchers at the University at Buffalo in Buffalo, New York, USA have used a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technique, quantitative susceptibility mapping, to measure the concentration of iron in the brains of multiple sclerosis patients. They examined 600 patients, 452 with early-stage disease, and 148 with more advanced disease, and found that when compared with the control group, the MS patients had higher levels of iron in the basal ganglia and lower levels of iron in the thalamus.

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Journal Highlight: Diagnostic accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging for tumour staging of bladder cancer: Systematic review and meta‐analysis

Date: Jul 23, 2018

Author: spectroscopyNOW

The accuracy of MRI for local staging of bladder cancer for four clinical scenarios (T‐stage thresholds) has been assessed considered against current standards for clinical staging and secondarily to identify sources for variability in accuracy.

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Healthy brain: MRI scans our indulgences

Date: Jul 1, 2018

Author: David Bradley

Many of us enjoy junk food, delicious but unhealthy. Over-indulgence can underpin many of the problems facing the modern human such as Type 2 diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular disease. But, a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) study shows that our penchant for such food choice may not be a potentially character flaw but could be down to our neurobiology.

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