In the boys with ADHD, four months of methylphenidate treatment was associated with increased white matter
. But the effects of the drug appeared to be dependent on age, since they did not occur in adults who took it, the study authors said.
Scheper, "Vanishing white matter
disease," Lancet Neurology, vol.
alterations were observed within bilateral anterior thalamic radiation and superior longitudinal fasciculus that intersects with subinsular white matter
Longitudinal studies of white matter
hyperintensities caused by vascular, noninfectious, infectious, and inflammatory conditions showed white matter
hyperintensities over time despite effective treatment.
Alcoholism-related volume deficits are also prevalent in gray and white matter
(Shear et al.
Next, images were segmented into gray matter, white matter
and cerebrospinal fluid using an extension of the standard unified segmentation model in SPM12.
In this review, we initially depict the white matter
injury after hypertensive ICH in detail, followed by a thorough elaboration of the current strategies for control of the white matter
Brain MRIs were abnormal in all of our patients who received MRI examinations, although only half of them were clinically affected, indicating that the severity of clinical manifestations was not correlated with brain MRI changes.[sup] Previous studies by other researchers reported that the percentage involvement was 90.9% subcortical white matter
, 63.6% basal ganglia, 63.6% brainstem, 54.5% thalamus, and 25.0% cerebellum.[sup],, In contrast, we found all patients had involvement of cerebral and cerebellar white matter
, as well as brainstem with varying degrees.
There was a clear linear association between white matter
hyperintensity (WMH) volume and healthy glucose metabolism, prediabetes, and type 2 diabetes.
Four cases were Metachromatic Leukodystrophy with imaging findings of symmetric periventricular white matter
T2/FLAIR hyperintensities with one case showing the typical Tigroid pattern due to sparing of perivascular white matter
They found striking differences in the volume of white matter
in the brains of overweight individuals compared with those of their leaner counterparts.
The human brain is made up of two types of matter: white matter
and grey matter.