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Monday, 08 February 2021 09:46

An interview about a micro-FA study published in Brain Communications

The Danish Sclerosis Foundation has made a story (in Danish only) about our recent study applying µFA measurement for the evaluation of normal appearing white matter in multiple sclerosis. You can find the story by clicking here:

Ny scanningsteknik bringer os endnu tættere på forandringerne i hjernen | Scleroseforeningen

The study was led by Assoc. Prof. Tim B. Dyrby at DRCMR in collaboration with the Danish Multiple Sclerosis Center, Lund University and Random Walk Imaging AB, and the original paper can be found in Brain Communications by clicking here:

Disentangling white-matter damage from physiological fibre orientation dispersion in multiple sclerosis | Brain Communications | Oxford Academic (oup.com)