Amyloid plaques seen with typical MRI in pet model for first time For the first time.

Amyloid plaques seen with typical MRI in pet model for first time For the first time, scientists have captured images of brain lesions similar to those found in Alzheimer’s disease using clinical-grade MRI in an animal model of the condition, according to research reported at the Alzheimer’s Association’s 2008 International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease , in Chicago. These lesions, referred to as amyloid plaques, have been ‘imaged’ previously using very high power MRI scanners that are just used on animals, and also with PET scans coupled with specialized marker chemicals. This is the first time pictures of plaques were captured with standard, clinical power MRI danmark tilskud levitra click here .

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