New Spinal Cord Lesions Can Be Evident in Stable MS Patients

New Spinal Cord Lesions Can Be Evident in Stable MS Patients

285716

New Spinal Cord Lesions Can Be Evident in Stable MS Patients

Asymptomatic damage to spinal nerves occurs even in clinically stable cases of multiple sclerosis (MS) and carries an increased risk for further lesions, a recent study suggests. Although a firm link between the asymptomatic loss of myelin in the spine and worsening disability remains to be found, this work suggests that monitoring clinically stable MS patients via MRI scans may prove useful. The study, “Recurrence and Prognostic Value of Asymptomatic Spinal Cord Lesions in Multiple…

You must be logged in to read/download the full post.