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Analysis of the resulting data by forward stepwise discriminant analysis showed that biopsies from patients with ulcerative colitis and infective diarrhoea could be distinguished from each other and from normal biopsies; they could not, however, be distinguished from biopsies of patients with Crohn's disease, which behaves as a heterogeneous entity rather than a single disease. The measurements showed that the crypt atrophy described in active ulcerative colitis may be a misnomer, the appearances being due to an increase in mucosal depth and alteration in crypt configuration rather than a true atrophy.
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There is a paucity of data about the significance of secondary MR findings simultaneously evaluated with volumetry and MR spectroscopy. We analyzed the influence of qualitative-secondary MR findings simultaneously with quantitative volumetry and spectroscopy data in MRI positive- and negative patients with mesial temporal sclerosis MTS. Multivariate discriminant analysis DA was performed with the aim to identify specific morphologic and metabolic attributes in hippocampi with and without MTS. The model explained The pooled within-groups correlations showed the highest influence of discriminating function for the secondary MR findings over metabolite indices and hippocampal volumes, the overall predictive accuracy was Key words: discriminant analysis; hippocampus; magnetic resonance imaging; magnetic resonance spectroscopy; sclerosis; temporal lobe epilepsy.