Lower extremity MRI, including diffusion-tensor imaging, may provide valuable information on skeletal muscle abnormalities in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus.
While neuroimaging is not frequently performed in patients with COVID-19, acute stroke is the most common COVID-19–related neuroimaging finding.
Pathological brain lesions are not common on MRI in girls with central precocious puberty in the absence of signs or symptoms of CNS lesions.
Children with PANS have cerebral microstructural differences in multiple brain structures, including the deep gray matter structures.
From a prepandemic to early-pandemic epoch, there was a decrease in the amount of unique patients who underwent imaging for the evaluation of stroke.
Among patients with COVID-19 pneumonia in the ICU with neurological symptoms, 44 percent of those undergoing MRI have acute findings.
A simple SVD score using MRI scans, may aid in identifying patients with SVD who are likely to develop cognitive decline.
Researchers find that racial differences in pain may be rooted in life experience, rather than intrinsic biology.
Up to half of patients with Parkinson disease are also diagnosed with dementia, but tools to track changes in cognition are lacking.
Several magnetic resonance biomarkers from the lower extremities may be predictive of future ambulatory function in patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.