Inflammatory Myelitis

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The Spinal Cord and MS

When people think about Multiple Sclerosis, there is often fixation on the brain. After all, the brain, characteristically struck by MS, is the organ that affords us the ability to think and to have self-awareness.

 

Yet it is not uncommon to discover multiple silent brain lesions on MRI in MS and find the patient afflicted with only spinal cord problems due to the disease. Sometimes the symptomatic spinal cord lesions are more difficult to identify on scans than some clinically quiet but MRI...

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