Study finds narrowing of veins not unique to MS

10/13/2013 | Diagnostic Imaging

Contrary to the established belief that venous narrowing is part of the pathology of multiple sclerosis, a study published in The Lancet suggests venous narrowing is common even among people without MS. Researchers compared findings collected via ultrasound, the modality commonly used to detect venous narrowing, with catheter venography and found that the latter was more sensitive in identifying the condition.

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