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Understanding MS: Moving Ahead at an Unprecedented Rate

At the ACTRIMS/ECTRIMS conference, a definitive answer was heard to one of the lingering questions about MS: is it really an autoimmune disease? Andrew Wilner, MD, offers insights from the floor.

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In this podcast, Ann Scher, PhD, lead author in a recently published study, gives a succinct overview of the details and briefly discusses what the findings may suggest.

Childhood obesity is another potentially modifiable factor to reduce the risk of multiple sclerosis.

If an anti-NMDAR patient has evidence of demyelination on MRI, look for other antibodies that may complicate the picture.

Subarachnoid hemorrhage CT scan of head

A sudden severe headache with emesis brings a 35-year-old man to the ED. Research on his smart phone has satisfied him that this is a post-coital event and therefore, harmless. He refuses a lumbar puncture.

Five recent studies on multiple sclerosis offer new insights: the take-home points are featured in this slide show.

Chiari 1 malformation was found to be the cause of this man's year's long history of headache and severe neck pain. Here: a quick quiz on this anomaly.

With this tumor, the most frequent complaints are headaches and ataxia; a third of patients have associated cranial nerve palsies and long tract dysfunction. Your dx?

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