A proper MS diagnosis can only be made after obtaining imaging from the entire brain and understanding the clinical context.
Several new multiple sclerosis drugs, including natalizumab, may be more effective at reducing relapses but still come with serious safety concerns.
Five years after treatment, nearly 70% of patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis showed no signs of disease progression.
Several microRNA were found to be associated with lesion volume and brain atrophy in multiple sclerosis.
Despite an elevated risk of PML, treatment with natalizumab results in slower disease progression than other treatments.
Patients with both MS and epileptic seizures had a younger age at onset of MS compared with those without seizures.
Researchers report 2 cases of a severe B-cell-mediated CNS disease after treatment with alemtuzumab in patients with multiple sclerosis.
More structured MRI reports may aid in the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis.
It is not clear whether CSF CD27 could provide novel or simply complementary prognostic value in clinically isolated syndrome.
Low levels of neonatal vitamin D may be linked with risk of developing multiple sclerosis.
Previous MRI studies focused on gray matter changes only.
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