Do You Know the Different Types of MS?

Jul 31st 2009 Oct 10th 2017

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Fifty percent of people who are initially diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis will be told they have Relapsing-Remitting MS, defined as having episodes of symptoms followed by recovery periods.
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  1. Fifty percent of people who are initially diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis will be told they have Relapsing-Remitting MS, defined as having episodes of symptoms followed by recovery periods.

    Correct Answer: False

  2. If you have benign or "silent" MS you will never experience any symptoms.

    Correct Answer: False

  3. Primary Progressive MS generally happens to people in their 40's and is the only form of MS that affects men and women equally.

    Correct Answer: True

  4. Within a period of ten years, 50% of MS patients who were initially diagnosed with Relapsing-Remitting MS will develop what is known as Secondary-Progressive MS.

    Correct Answer: True

  5. The most aggressive form of MS is known as Marburg Variant MS and is defined by a very rapid decline into disability or even death, sometimes with weeks or months.

    Correct Answer: True