Abstract| Volume 37, 101526, January 2020

Combined Use of Clinical, Lesion Topography, and Thalamic Volume Helps Differentiating Multiple Sclerosis from its Mimickers

      Early diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS) is important. Non-specific white matter changes usually confound earlier diagnosis. Cross-sectional, global and regional studies have shown that brain volume estimates are of diagnostic and prognostic relevance to the management of the disease; however, it did not reach an individual patient level of precision.
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