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In certain cases, an evaluation using light chains for immunodetection can help to resolve equivocal oligoclonal IgG patterns. • Consideration should be given to repeating the lumbar puncture and CSF analysis if clinical suspicion is high but results of CSF are equivocal, negative, or show only a single band. • Quantitative IgG analysis (IgG index) is an informative complementary test but is not considered a substitute for qualitative IgG assessment, which has the highest sensitivity and specificity.
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A) Axial flair sequence and (B) axial proton density sequence. haps 10 times that of CT in detecting MS lesions. The diagnosis and the understanding of MS have been transformed since the introduction of the MRI in 1981. 2). There is no doubt that MRI is the most useful single test in the diagnosis of MS, but it must remain only a supportive factor in what is B T2 high signal areas perpendicular to the ventricles as arrowed on the (A) axial proton density sequence and (B) sagital flair sequence.
Multiple sclerosis for the practicing neurologist by Joel Oger; et al