This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other meanings of WML
We have 87 other definitions for WML
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
23) The FA provides a convenient measure of macro-axonal organisation and its integrity, and there is histological evidence suggesting that regional axonal loss in the CC correlates with peripheral white matter lesion volume and distribution.
Sixty percent of control females without migraine showed progression of white matter lesions as compared to 77 percent of those with migraine.
White matter lesions are independent risk factor to stroke.
The same group of investigators recently published another CAIDE substudy, which found significant associations between increased white matter lesions in late life with mid- and late-life vascular risk factors (Dement.
Their results indicated that MTR abnormality in NAWM of MS brains varies based on distance from focal white matter lesions O Dolezal et al (Prague, Czech Republic) examined normal subjects for chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI) and found either the presence or signs of CCSVI in these subjects and a range of venous drainage between the people studied.
Accordingly, symmetrical, bilateral, large (>1-2 cm), contrast-enhancing, supra- and infratentorial white matter lesions of the same age are observed on MRI of typical ADEM patients.
A computed tomography scan of the brain showed diffuse white matter lesions (Figure).
Among the strongest new studies: --MRI scans showed women 65 and older with high blood pressure had significantly more white matter lesions in their brains eight years later.