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Multiple Sclerosis Lesions 2

  1. Relapsing and Remitting Multiple Sclerosis: pathology of the newly forming lesion
    Ann Neurol 2004 Apr;55(4):458-68

  2. Evolution of focal and diffuse Magnetization Transfer abnormalities in Multiple Sclerosis
    J Neurol 2003 Aug;250(8):924-31

  3. Intra-voxel and inter-voxel Coherence in Multiple Sclerosis assessed using Diffusion Tensor MRI Must Read
    J Neurol 2002 Jul;249(7):875-83

  4. Relations between appearances on T1 weighted images, T1 relaxation times, and metabolite concentrations
    J Neurol NeuroSurg Psychiatry 2000 May;68(5):627-632

  5. Evolution of Multiple Sclerosis lesions on serial contrast-enhanced T1-weighted and Magnetization-Transfer MR images
    AJNR Am J NeuroRadiol 1999 Nov-Dec;20(10):1939-45

  6. A quantitative analysis of Oligodendrocytes in Multiple Sclerosis lesions: A study of 113 cases
    Brain 1999 Dec;122(12):2279-2295

  7. SubCallosal striations: early findings of Multiple Sclerosis on sagittal, thin-section, fast FLAIR MR images
    Radiology 1999 Jan;210(1):149-53

  8. Imaging Axonal damage of Normal-Appearing White Matter in Multiple Sclerosis
    Brain 1998 Jan;121 ( Pt 1):103-13

  9. Serial study of new Multiple Sclerosis lesions and the White Matter from which they arise
    Neurology 1998 Dec;51(6):1689-97

  10. Oligodendrocyte and Axon pathology in clinically silent Multiple Sclerosis lesions
    Mult Scler 1998 Apr;4(2):55-62

  11. Macroscopic and microscopic assessments of disease burden by MRI in Multiple Sclerosis: relationship to clinical parameters
    J Magn Reson Imaging 1996 Jul-Aug;6(4):580-4

  1. Multiple Sclerosis: lessons from NeuroPathology
    Semin Neurol 1998;18(3):337-49

  2. Distinct patterns of Multiple Sclerosis pathology indicates Heterogeneity on PathoGenesis
    Brain Pathol 1996 Jul;6(3):259-74

  3. Ultrastructure of Multiple Sclerosis
    Ultrastruct Pathol 1994 Jan-Apr;18(1-2):3-13

  4. Serotonergic Neuronal atrophy with Synaptic inactivation, not Axonal degeneration, are the main hallmarks of Multiple Sclerosis
    Int J NeuroSci 1998 Jul;95(1-2):133-40

  5. Imaging of Axonal damage in Multiple Sclerosis: Spatial distribution of MRI lesions
    Ann Neurol 1997 Mar;41(3):385-91

  6. PathoGenesis of Multiple Sclerosis and other neural AutoImmune Diseases
    Verh Dtsch Ges Pathol 1996;80:109-15

  7. Assessment Of Lesion Pathology In Multiple Sclerosis Using Quantitative MRI Morphometry And MRS
    Brain 1996 Jun;119 ( Pt 3):715-22

  8. Oligodendrocyte injury is an early event in lesions of MS
    Mayo Clin Proc 1993 Jul;68(7):627-36