Limited Usefulness of MRI for Improving the Prediction of Dementia? (BMJ)


Research indicates that MRI does not significantly improve the prediction of dementia. It does have some value in differential diagnosis.

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Stephan, BC. Tzourio, C. [and] Auriacombe, S. [et al] (2015). Usefulness of data from magnetic resonance imaging to improve prediction of dementia: population based cohort study. British Medical Journal (BMJ). June 22nd 2015; 350: h2863.

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