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Background gradients affect the DT-MRI measurements in AD patients. Geometric average diffusion measures can be useful to minimize the intrinsic local magnetic susceptibility variations in brain tissue.
MRI can demonstrate differences in PWI parameters among patients with classical AVM and CPA, which are related to angiographic features of these AVMs. Through PWI, the level of angiogenic activity in AVMs may be monitored.
We identified the DRTT in the human brain using probabilistic tractography. Our results could be useful in research on movement control.
Conventional dose of IA tirofiban as an adjuvant during IA thrombolysis for acute ischemic stroke seems feasible. However, further dose escalation studies should be performed regarding the IA use of tirofiban for acute ischemic stroke.
The maximum lesional rCBV ratios and minimum ADC values in the contrast-enhancing area are potential radiological markers to differentiate between immune therapy-induced inflammatory response and recurrent glioblastoma tumour growth in glioblastoma patients treated with immune therapy.
A clinically relevant area of tissue at risk may occur in patients with MCA infarcts at the level of deep white matter fiber tracts. These findings suggest that neuroprotection research should be refocused on white matter.
Stent assisted angioplasty is a feasible treatment option for acute ischemic stroke patients caused by carotid stenosis with intraluminal thrombus and may be effective in preventing early recurrent stroke.
The causality results show that there is in fact little difference between AD and age-matched healthy control in terms of hippocampus atrophy, but there are larger differences in MTG, suggesting that local pathology in MTG is the predominant progressive abnormality during intermediate stages of...
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