MRI Brain - Axial T2 - Multiple sclerosis

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MRI Brain - Axial T2 - Multiple sclerosis

  • High signal lesions within the cerebral white matter are a common feature in individuals over 50 – the most common cause being vascular disease
  • Elongated high signal lesions which appear to radiate out from the lateral ventricles, as seen in this image, are a relatively specific feature of multiple sclerosis plaques
  • Note: Multiple sclerosis remains a clinical diagnosis