Leukoaraiosis or white matter hyperintensities (WMHs) are the nonspecific
hyperintense ... These white matter changes are also commonly referred to as
periventricular white matter disease, or white ...
The MR signal characteristics of white matter lesions are similar and relatively ...
The white matter of the brain is located in the central and subcortical regions of
the .... white matter ischemia is a more or less continuous band of abnormal
Nov 2, 2014 ... Periventricular white matter lesions can be seen (the white spots ... WM lesions
are associated with retinal microvascular abnormalities.
May 8, 2008 ... Keywords: White matter lesion, elderly, periventricular, deep white matter, ..... MR
signal abnormalities at 1.5 T in Alzheimer's dementia and ...
Objective: To determine the impact of white matter hyperintensities (WMHs) on
..... Gait and balance abnormalities are frequently related to leukoaraiosis, dating
.... imaging signal hyperintensities in the deep and subcortical white matter: a ...
White matter signal hyperintensities are often noted in T2 weighted magnetic
resonance ... To date, deep/subcortical or periventricular white matter lesions
detected on MRI and ..... White matter abnormalities in mobility-impaired older
May 15, 2008 ... White matter signal changes on the MRI essentially means that on the .... of
signal abnormality most notably within the deep right parietal white matter”. ..... T2
/FLAIR signal present within the subcortical white matter posterior ...
Sep 4, 2012 ... MRI brain shows a few non-specific white matter lesions scattered in the brain. ...
FINDINGS: There are 3 or 4 small T2 hyperintensities identified in the subcortical
white matter of both ... No cervical cord signal abnormalities.
Foci of increased T2 signal intensity were found on brain MR scans in 16 (59%)
of 27 ... Recently, white matter abnormalities have been recognized with T2-
weighted ... T2 foci in subcortical brain areas were rated in a blinded fashion by.
high signal intensity on long TR images (short and long TE). ... with prominent
subcortical white-matter abnormalities is more likely to have a diagnosis.