T1 black holes
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T1 black holes are hypointense lesions commonly seen on T1WI in patients with multiple sclerosis and indicates the chronic stage with white matter destruction, axonal loss and irreversible clinical outcome.
Treatment and prognosis
There is a correlation between the number of black holes and patient positive outcomes 3.
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