COVID-19 Neurological Complications More Likely in Those with Hypertension, Diabetes
Two-thirds of patients with critical results were African American, demonstrating an additional need to explore associations between ethnicity and COVID-19.
Link Identified Between Blood Flow, Tau Accumulation in Alzheimer Disease
To date, the connection between vascular dysfunction and tau pathology and how it affects cognition has not been well understood.
MRI, PET Reveal Dual Origin for Parkinson Disease
Advanced imaging shows Parkinson disease can begin as brain-first or body-first.
Brain MRI Indicates Hispanic Patients Develop More Aggressive MS
Volumetric MRI shows Hispanic patients are at a greater risk of experiencing more aggressive disease, leading to sustained disability.
Portable, Low-Field MRI Equivalent to Conventional Imaging for Brain Injury
Point-of-care, 64mT MRI performs as well as conventional CT and MRI while improving patient safety.
New MRI Technique May Improve Tremor-Targeting Treatment in Parkinson Disease
The newly developed MRI techniques aimed at treating those with Parkinson disease could lead to better outcomes and fewer side effects.
Acute Stroke Predicts Negative Outcome in COVID-19 Patients With Neuroimaging Findings
Patients with acute large ischemic and hemorrhage stroke had much higher mortality risk adjusted for age.
Combination of AI, MRI Can Predict Alzheimer Disease Risk
Artificial intelligence unlocks new potential to expand neuroimaging tools and techniques available for disease detection and prevention.
MRI Reveals Brain Abnormalities in COVID-19 Patients
Evidence continues to increase on the neurological impacts of COVID-19 infection, with patients admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) showing brain abnormalities on MRI scans.
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