DWI-based measures don’t help prediction of cognitive recovery after stroke

Diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI)–based measures of brain connectivity do not add value to prediction of long term cognitive recovery after stroke over conventional predictors, a study shows. While advanced MRI sequences performed in the early poststroke period give a good estimation of white matter integrity they are no better in predicting cognitive recovery than currently used ...

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