Magnetic resonance imaging lesion evolution varies between different central nervous system demyelinating disorders

Takeaway

  • Complete resolution of imaging T2-lesions is more likely in myelin-oligodendrocyte-glycoprotein-IgG-associated disorder than other central nervous system demyelinating diseases.

Why this matters

    This comparative study is one of the first to compare the temporal evolution of magnetic resonance imaging lesions between three distinct central nervous system demyelinating diseases. These findings further our understanding of the pathogenesis of these disorders and could facilitate diagnosis, disease activity monitoring, and clinical trial design.