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Solitary White Matter Lesion
Marinos Kontzialis, MD; Gary M. Nesbit, MD
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DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

    • Key Differential Diagnosis Issues

      • Helpful Clues for Common Diagnoses

        • Helpful Clues for Less Common Diagnoses

          • Helpful Clues for Rare Diagnoses

            • Alternative Differential Approaches

              Selected References

              1. Birkl C et al: Assessment of ferritin content in multiple sclerosis brains using temperature-induced R*2 changes. Magn Reson Med. ePub, 2017
              2. Eisele P et al: Sodium MRI of T1 high signaliIntensity in the dentate nucleus due to gadolinium deposition in multiple sclerosis. J Neuroimaging. ePub, 2017
              3. Gupta A et al: The use of noncontrast quantitative MRI to detect gadolinium-enhancing multiple sclerosis brain sesions: A systematic review and meta-analysis. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. ePub, 2017
              4. Hagiwara A et al: Utility of a multiparametric quantitative MRI model that assesses myelin and edema for evaluating plaques, periplaque white matter, and normal-appearing white matter in patients with multiple sclerosis: A feasibility study. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 38(2):237-242, 2017
              5. McNamara C et al: Current and emerging therapies in multiple sclerosis: Implications for the radiologist, part 2-surveillance for treatment complications and disease progression. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. ePub, 2017
              6. Orman G et al: Enhancing brain lesions during acute optic neuritis and/or longitudinally extensive transverse myelitis may portend a higher relapse rate in neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorders. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 38(5):949-953, 2017
              7. Sowa P et al: Magnetic resonance imaging perfusion is associated with disease severity and activity in multiple sclerosis. Neuroradiology. ePub, 2017
              8. Chawla S et al: Iron and non-iron-related characteristics of multiple sclerosis and neuromyelitis optica lesions at 7T MRI. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 37(7):1223-30, 2016
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              DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

                ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

                • Key Differential Diagnosis Issues

                  • Helpful Clues for Common Diagnoses

                    • Helpful Clues for Less Common Diagnoses

                      • Helpful Clues for Rare Diagnoses

                        • Alternative Differential Approaches

                          Selected References

                          1. Birkl C et al: Assessment of ferritin content in multiple sclerosis brains using temperature-induced R*2 changes. Magn Reson Med. ePub, 2017
                          2. Eisele P et al: Sodium MRI of T1 high signaliIntensity in the dentate nucleus due to gadolinium deposition in multiple sclerosis. J Neuroimaging. ePub, 2017
                          3. Gupta A et al: The use of noncontrast quantitative MRI to detect gadolinium-enhancing multiple sclerosis brain sesions: A systematic review and meta-analysis. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. ePub, 2017
                          4. Hagiwara A et al: Utility of a multiparametric quantitative MRI model that assesses myelin and edema for evaluating plaques, periplaque white matter, and normal-appearing white matter in patients with multiple sclerosis: A feasibility study. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 38(2):237-242, 2017
                          5. McNamara C et al: Current and emerging therapies in multiple sclerosis: Implications for the radiologist, part 2-surveillance for treatment complications and disease progression. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. ePub, 2017
                          6. Orman G et al: Enhancing brain lesions during acute optic neuritis and/or longitudinally extensive transverse myelitis may portend a higher relapse rate in neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorders. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 38(5):949-953, 2017
                          7. Sowa P et al: Magnetic resonance imaging perfusion is associated with disease severity and activity in multiple sclerosis. Neuroradiology. ePub, 2017
                          8. Chawla S et al: Iron and non-iron-related characteristics of multiple sclerosis and neuromyelitis optica lesions at 7T MRI. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 37(7):1223-30, 2016