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Weisfeld-Adams et al. review clinical and MRI characteristics that should serve as ‘red flags’ in cases of suspected multiple sclerosis, alerting clinicians to the possibility of disorders with similar symptoms.
Using DTI, Chang et al. reveal reduced white matter connectivity among major speech-language regions in young children who stutter, with larger reductions associated with greater stuttering severity.
Imbach et al. reveal changes in the amount and structure of sleep six months after traumatic brain injury, and show that intracranial haemorrhage is the biggest risk factor for increased sleep need.

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