Journal Articles

Journal Articles
Reproductive Health Reproductive Health

Rate of Pregnancy Related Relapse in MS

MS affects women of childbearing age. This chapter from Neurology Evidence examines the first large-scale prospective study that aimed to assess the effect of pregnancy and the postpartum state, along with breast-feeding and epidural analgesia, on the course of MS.

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Correlation Between MRI Findings and Disability in MS

This study aims to determine the relation between early lesion volume, changes in volume, and long-term disability in patients with isolated syndromes that are clinically suggestive of MS.

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Vision Problems Vision Problems

Neuromyelitis Optica Antibody in the Diagnosis of Neuromyelitis Optica

Neuromyelitis optica (NMO) is an inflammatory demyelinating disease that affects the spinal cord and optic nerves. This study from Neurology Evidence, assesses the capacity of NMO-IgG to disctinguish NMO and related disorders from MS.

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The Association of Vitamin D Levels and MS

Some evidence suggested that high levels of vitamin D may decrease the risk of MS. This chapter from Neurology Evidence details the first prospective study to address this hypothesis.

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Emotional Health Emotional Health

Loneliness in Multiple Sclerosis

This article examines the prevalence and possible correlates of loneliness in multiple sclerosis.

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Cognitive Changes Cognitive Changes

Perceived Cognitive Deficits

The most common cognitive deficits reported by those with MSinclude difficultieswith learning and recalling new information, attention, processing speed, and verbal fluency. This study describes the nature and diversity of perceived cognitive deficits.

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Switching or Discontinuing Disease-Modifying Therapies for MS
Comprehensive MS Care Comprehensive MS Care

Switching or Discontinuing Disease-Modifying Therapies for MS

This article reviews the reasons for discontinuation or switching of multiple sclerosis disease-modifying therapy.

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Cognitive Changes
Cognitive Changes

The Influence of Cognition Impairment on the Fitness-Cognition Relationship in Multiple Sclerosis

Cognitive processing speed impairment (PSI) is common and debilitating in persons with multiple sclerosis (MS). Exercise training has been proposed as a behavioral approach for possibly managing MS-related processing speed dysfunction.

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