Pattern Recognition in MR Images of Myelin Disorders

  • J. Valk
  • M. S. v. d. Knaap
Conference paper


In primary myelin disorders there are two categories of diseases, the hereditary and the acquired myelin disorders. For a new classification based on the cellular substructures, the so-called organelles, of these diseases the reader is referred to [3].


Aryl Sulfatase Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging Metachromatic Leukodystrophy Central Pontine Myelinolysis Cellular Substructure 
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    Valk J, Knaapvd MS (1988) Magnetic resonance of myelin, myelination and myelin disorders. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York (in press)Google Scholar

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  • M. S. v. d. Knaap

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