Structural brain MRI studies in eye diseases: are they clinically relevant? A review of current findings.

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Do we need to routinely examine the brains of patients with eye diseases? In this paper in Acta Opthalmologica, Doety Prins and colleagues review previous MRI studies that examined patients with eye diseases, to find that a large range of eye diseases are associated with structural changes in the visual pathways and brain. They also suggest a number of possible uses for MRI in future clinical studies.

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