Little is currently known about structural changes in the brain associated with restless legs syndrome (RLS). Researchers at centers in Austria, Germany, and Canada have used multimodal MRI to compare brains of RLS patients with healthy control subjects and have revealed differences in brain structures and iron storage.
Use of multimodal MRI to investigate restless legs syndrome
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