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Multiple Sclerosis: Diagnose and Treatment

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Multiple Sclerosis: Diagnose and Treatment by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Multiple Sclerosis. It contains the following chapters:

    • Multiple Sclerosis: Diagnose and Treatment
    • Multiple Sclerosis: Summary
    • Multiple Sclerosis: Variants

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    1. Gamma globulin
    2. Alpha globulin
    3. Beta globulin
    4. Zeta globulin
    5. Delta globulin
    1. Oligoclonal bands
    2. Lymphocytic pleocytosis
    3. Increased cell count
    4. Decreased glucose
    5. Increased opening pressure
    1. Visual evoked potentials
    2. CSF analysis
    3. Consensual and direct light reflex
    4. Indirect ophthalmoscopy
    5. CT scan
    1. High-dose corticosteroids
    2. Glatiramer acetate
    3. Beta interferon
    4. Natalizumab
    5. Immunosuppressant
    1. Bilateral optic neuritis
    2. Unilateral optic neuritis
    3. Intranuclear ophthalmoplegia
    4. Retrobulbar neuritis
    5. Peripheral neuropathy
    1. Patient presents with bilateral optic neuritis.
    2. It usually has a fulminant course.
    3. The presence of large numerous plaques.
    4. There is a widespread myelin destruction with axonal loss.
    5. It usually affects the young.

    Author of lecture Multiple Sclerosis: Diagnose and Treatment

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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    By Hamed S. on 18. March 2017 for Multiple Sclerosis: Diagnose and Treatment

    Good summary of the topic but would have been also good further discuss some of the immunosuppresive agents and fingolimod. In the dx workup section the use of MRI was also omitted