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Emergency room considerations for the MS patient

Emergency room considerations for the MS patient

What precautions an individual with MS should take to make certain that, should they require emergency care, the Emergency Department staff is aware of their disease and medications.

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Emotional Health Emotional Health

Calm Your Mind

Stress can wreak havoc on the brain, especially if you have a neurologic condition. This article explains how to manage stress and lessen its negative effects.

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Comprehensive MS Care Comprehensive MS Care

Precision medicine in multiple sclerosis

This article highlights recent studies on MRI and body fluid molecular biomarkers with potential implications in diagnosis, prognosis, and response to treatment in indivduals with multiple sclerosis (MS).

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Comprehensive MS Care Comprehensive MS Care

Novel MRI and PET markers of neuroinflammation in multiple sclerosis

Novel MRI and PET techniques improve in-vivo visualization and quantification of the pleomorphic aspects of neuroinflammation, providing us with a unique insight in its pathogenesis, clinical relevance, and therapy responsiveness in MS.

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Clinical Trials. Part II

Clinical Trials. Part II

Expert Lori Mayer discusses participation in clinical trials and where to find more information.

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MRI and multiple sclerosis

MRI and multiple sclerosis

Kathy Costello, RN, MS, CRNP, MSCN, discusses the MRI and how it is used in the diagnostic process for multiple sclerosis, and how it is used to help with ongoing monitoring and response to DMTs. 

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Spectrum of MS Part II: MS and Aging
Aging Aging

Spectrum of MS Part II: MS and Aging

Expert Marijean Buhse discusses aging with MS.

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Comprehensive MS Care
Comprehensive MS Care

MRI monitoring of spinal cord changes

This article reviews the advantages and challenges associated with MRI for monitoring changes in the spinal cord.

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