Bottom line: Table 3 from study by the Magnims European research network provides estimated data (95% confidence interval) for sensivity, specificity, accuracy, positive predictive value, positive likelihood ratio, and negative likelihood ratio for old and new McDonald criteria (divided up by overall criteria (dissemination in space (DIS) and dissemination in time (DIT)), DIS criteria, DIT criteria, and DIT on follow-up scan. Table 3 is available here.
The revised criteria includes key changes related to use and interpretation of DIS and DIT imaging criteria as stated in published study by the Magnims European research network. The authors of the revised McDonald criteria (2011) claim that the criteria have been simplified while preserving diagnostic sensitivity and specificity, addressing their applicability across various populations, and possibly allowing them to be used widespread and more uniformly.
Revised McDonald criteria:
Polman, Chris H, et al. “Diagnostic criteria for multiple sclerosis: 2010 revisions to the McDonald criteria.” Annals of neurology 69.2 (2011):292-302.
Study by Magnims European research network:
Swanton, Josephine K, et al. “MRI criteria for multiple sclerosis in patients presenting with clinically isolated syndromes: a multicentre retrospective study.” Lancet neurology 6.8 (2007):677-86.