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a.1.Two-tailed; bicaudal.
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Bicaudate ratio as a magnetic resonance imaging marker of brain atrophy in multiple sclerosis.
ventricle width, bicaudate ratio) and cognitive dysfunction was examined, central atrophy as measured by the third ventricle width more strongly predicted cognitive dysfunction than either global atrophy or lesion load [31].
Progressive MR abnormalities can be seen: cerebral atrophy, increased bicaudate ratio and basal ganglia calcifications, with initially normal cerebral white matter.