Fast Five Quiz: Brain and Spine Imaging in Multiple Sclerosis

Christopher Luzzio, MD


April 08, 2020

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, immune-mediated inflammatory disease that attacks myelin in the central nervous system (CNS). MS is the most common demyelinating CNS disease. Although the effects of MS are varied and individualized, the diagnosis often results in significant physical and cognitive disability. MRI—the most sensitive diagnostic imaging technique for MS—is critical to the investigation, diagnosis, and treatment of MS.

Although MRI is key to MS diagnosis and treatment, MRI of the brain and spine differ. Do you understand important concepts of brain and spine MRI relating to MS? Test your knowledge with this short quiz.


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