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MRI of Normal Brain and Multiple Sclerosis Lesions

MRI of normal brain (left) and one with multiple sclerosis (right). On the left is a sagittal (from the side) T1 weighted MRI showing normal anatomy of the brain including: the cerebral cortex, corpus callosum, thalamus, medulla oblongata, cerebellum, and brainstem. On the right is a T2 weighted, sagittal (from the side) FLAIR MRI image of a person with long standing multiple sclerosis shows multiple hyperintense (whiter areas) lesions in the periventricular white matter, which is characteristic of demyelinating lesions of MS. Multiple sclerosis is a demyelinating disorder of uncertain etiology.

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Science Source / Jessica Wilson

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6252 x 2448 pixels

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21 x 8 inches / 53 x 21 cm

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