Recommendations of the Polish Medical Society of Radiology and the Polish Society of Neurology for the routinely used magnetic resonance imaging protocol in patients with multiple sclerosis

2020
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dc.abstract.enMagnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a widely used method for the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS) that is essential for the detection and follow-up of the disease. The Polish Medical Society of Radiology (PLTR) and the Polish Society of Neurology (PTN) present the second version of the recommendations for examinations routinely conducted in magnetic resonance imaging departments in patients with MS, which include new data and practical comments for electroradiology technicians and radiologists. The recommended protocol aims to improve the MRI procedure and, most importantly, to standardise the method of conducting scans in all MRI departments. This is crucial for the initial diagnostics that are necessary to establish a diagnosis as well as monitor patients with MS, which directly translates into significant clinical decisions. MS is a chronic idiopathic inflammatory demyelinating disease of the central nervous system (CNS), the aetiology of which is still unknown. The nature of the disease lies in the CNS destruction process disseminated in time and space. MRI detects focal lesions in the white and grey matter with high sensitivity (with significantly less specificity in the latter). It is also the best tool to assess brain atrophy in patients with MS in terms of grey matter volume and white matter volume as well as local atrophy (by measuring the volume of thalamus, corpus callosum, subcortical nuclei, hippocampus) as parameters that correlate with disability progression and cognitive dysfunctions. Progress in magnetic resonance techniques, as well as the abilities of postprocessing the obtained data, has become the basis for the dynamic development of computer programs that allow for a more repeatable assessment of brain atrophy in both cross-sectional and longitudinal studies. MRI is unquestionably the best diagnostic tool used to follow up the course of the disease and to treat patients with MS. However, to diagnose and follow up the patients with MS on the basis of MRI in accordance with the latest standards, an MRI study must meet certain quality criteria, which are the subject of this paper.pl
dc.affiliationWydział Lekarski : Zakład Neurogenetykipl
dc.contributor.authorSąsiadek, Marekpl
dc.contributor.authorHartel, Marcinpl
dc.contributor.authorSiger, Małgorzatapl
dc.contributor.authorKatulska, Katarzynapl
dc.contributor.authorMajos, Agatapl
dc.contributor.authorKluczewska, Ewapl
dc.contributor.authorBartosik-Psujek, Halinapl
dc.contributor.authorKułakowska, Alinapl
dc.contributor.authorSłowik, Agnieszka - 133430 pl
dc.contributor.authorSteinborn, Barbarapl
dc.contributor.authorAdamczyk-Sowa, Monikapl
dc.contributor.authorKalinowska, Alicjapl
dc.contributor.authorKrzystanek, Ewapl
dc.contributor.authorBonek, Robertpl
dc.contributor.authorSerafin, Zbigniewpl
dc.contributor.authorSławek, Jarosławpl
dc.contributor.authorNowacki, Przemysławpl
dc.contributor.authorStępień, Adampl
dc.contributor.authorJóźwiak, Sergiuszpl
dc.contributor.authorRejdak, Konradpl
dc.contributor.authorSelmaj, Krzysztofpl
dc.contributor.authorWalecki, Jerzypl
dc.date.accessioned2020-07-08T11:25:25Z
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dc.identifier.doi10.5114/pjr.2020.96010pl
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dc.subject.enmagnetic resonance imagingpl
dc.subject.enimaging protocolpl
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dc.titleRecommendations of the Polish Medical Society of Radiology and the Polish Society of Neurology for the routinely used magnetic resonance imaging protocol in patients with multiple sclerosispl
dc.title.journalPolish Journal of Radiologypl
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dc.abstract.enpl
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a widely used method for the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS) that is essential for the detection and follow-up of the disease. The Polish Medical Society of Radiology (PLTR) and the Polish Society of Neurology (PTN) present the second version of the recommendations for examinations routinely conducted in magnetic resonance imaging departments in patients with MS, which include new data and practical comments for electroradiology technicians and radiologists. The recommended protocol aims to improve the MRI procedure and, most importantly, to standardise the method of conducting scans in all MRI departments. This is crucial for the initial diagnostics that are necessary to establish a diagnosis as well as monitor patients with MS, which directly translates into significant clinical decisions. MS is a chronic idiopathic inflammatory demyelinating disease of the central nervous system (CNS), the aetiology of which is still unknown. The nature of the disease lies in the CNS destruction process disseminated in time and space. MRI detects focal lesions in the white and grey matter with high sensitivity (with significantly less specificity in the latter). It is also the best tool to assess brain atrophy in patients with MS in terms of grey matter volume and white matter volume as well as local atrophy (by measuring the volume of thalamus, corpus callosum, subcortical nuclei, hippocampus) as parameters that correlate with disability progression and cognitive dysfunctions. Progress in magnetic resonance techniques, as well as the abilities of postprocessing the obtained data, has become the basis for the dynamic development of computer programs that allow for a more repeatable assessment of brain atrophy in both cross-sectional and longitudinal studies. MRI is unquestionably the best diagnostic tool used to follow up the course of the disease and to treat patients with MS. However, to diagnose and follow up the patients with MS on the basis of MRI in accordance with the latest standards, an MRI study must meet certain quality criteria, which are the subject of this paper.
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Wydział Lekarski : Zakład Neurogenetyki
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Sąsiadek, Marek
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Hartel, Marcin
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Siger, Małgorzata
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Katulska, Katarzyna
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Majos, Agata
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Kluczewska, Ewa
dc.contributor.authorpl
Bartosik-Psujek, Halina
dc.contributor.authorpl
Kułakowska, Alina
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Słowik, Agnieszka - 133430
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Steinborn, Barbara
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Adamczyk-Sowa, Monika
dc.contributor.authorpl
Kalinowska, Alicja
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Krzystanek, Ewa
dc.contributor.authorpl
Bonek, Robert
dc.contributor.authorpl
Serafin, Zbigniew
dc.contributor.authorpl
Sławek, Jarosław
dc.contributor.authorpl
Nowacki, Przemysław
dc.contributor.authorpl
Stępień, Adam
dc.contributor.authorpl
Jóźwiak, Sergiusz
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Rejdak, Konrad
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Selmaj, Krzysztof
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Walecki, Jerzy
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2020-07-08T11:25:25Z
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2020-07-08T11:25:25Z
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2020
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1899-0967
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1733-134X
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ROD UJ / OP
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Udzielam licencji. Uznanie autorstwa - Użycie niekomercyjne - Bez utworów zależnych 4.0 Międzynarodowa
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multiple sclerosis
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magnetic resonance imaging
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imaging protocol
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guideline
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Recommendations of the Polish Medical Society of Radiology and the Polish Society of Neurology for the routinely used magnetic resonance imaging protocol in patients with multiple sclerosis
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Polish Journal of Radiology
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