Decreased frontal lobe gray matter perfusion in cognitively impaired patients with secondary-progressive multiple sclerosis detected by the bookend technique

Richard I. Aviv*, P. L. Francis, R. Tenenbein, P. O'Connor, L. Zhang, A. Eilaghi, L. Lee, T. J. Carroll, J. Mouannes-Srour, A. Feinstein

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