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Demyelination of the optic nerve investigated by Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) - patients (Chapman Study)

The University of Melbourne
Professor Gary Egan (Owned by)
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This project aims to study the diffusion characteristics of tisue within the optic nerves of both healthy individuals and patients who have suffered demyelinating illness of the optic nerve. Whole brain data are also being collected to determine cerebral changes that may be predictors of clinical disease outcome.

This project pertains specifically to the disease cohort. The controls are managed through a separate project.

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Number of Subjects: 16
Number of Studies: 31
Number of Datasets: 569
Size of Content: 6118511104 bytes

Subject Details:
type: 16 animal
species: 16 human
gender: 11 female, 5 male

Data time period: 2002-07-30 to 2007-04-21

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