Multiple Sclerosis and Corpus Callosum Atrophy: Relationship of MRI Findings to Clinical Data

  • J. L. Dietemann
  • C. Beigelmann
  • M. Vouge
  • L. Rumbach
  • T. Tajahmady
  • C. Faubert
  • M. Y. Jeung
  • A. Wackenheim
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Abstract

Involvement of the corpus callosum (CC) in multiple sclerosis (MS) appears common and includes areas of demyelination and gliosis on one hand, and loss of callosal axons on the other hand,resulting in CC atrophy [1–4].MRI makes visualisation of CC particularly easy.

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Neurol 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. L. Dietemann
  • C. Beigelmann
  • M. Vouge
  • L. Rumbach
  • T. Tajahmady
  • C. Faubert
  • M. Y. Jeung
  • A. Wackenheim

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