What is the patchy disappearance in multiple sclerosis?
the Myelin Sheath
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No, there are 5. Benign Multiple Sclerosis Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS) Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (SPMS) Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (PPMS) Malignant Multiple Sclerosis (Marburg Variant)
Douglas McAlpine has written: 'McAlpine's Multiple sclerosis' -- subject(s): Multiple sclerosis 'Multiple sclerosis; a reappraisal' -- subject(s): Multiple sclerosis
Michel Geffard has written: 'Multiple sclerosis' -- subject(s): Multiple sclerosis, Multiple Sclerosis
multiple sclerosis or ms
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Multiple Sclerosis is a very deadly disease
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Multiple sclerosis affects the nervous system.
No, there is no cure for Multiple Sclerosis (MS). There are treatments, but there are no cures.
Multiple Sclerosis Foundation was created in 1986.
Multiple Sclerosis Trust was created in 1993.
Multiple Sclerosis is the scientific name. MS causes many scars on the tissues of the nervous system, and so the name Multiple Sclerosis. The word sclerosis is derived from the Greek word skleros, which means hard.
Unfortunately, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a permanent disease.
Yes, you can have fibromyalgia and multiple sclerosis at the same time.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society was created in 1946.
No , Multiple sclerosis is more of a neurological disease . ~ Look to the link below .
George H. Kraft has written: 'Living with multiple sclerosis' -- subject(s): Multiple sclerosis, Popular works, Popular Works, Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis effects the myeline sheath of the spinal cord
how many people are affected by MS (multiple sclerosis)
you will have Multiple Sclerosis for the rest of your life because it is a disease not a regulaure sickness!
There is no scientific evidence that magic mushrooms can treat or cure multiple sclerosis.
It is still controversial whether Devic syndrome is a variant of multiple sclerosis.
Multiple Sclerosis is not 'transmitted.' It is an autoimmune response against a toxin that is lodged in your myelin sheath.
Bryan Matthews has written: 'Multiple sclerosis' -- subject(s): Multiple sclerosis
Yes, Montel Williams does have multiple sclerosis (MS). Williams was diagnosed with MS in 1999.
The central nervous system. Multiple Sclerosis effects the central nervous system
Most people who have multiple sclerosis will not die as a result, however, in extreme cases, it can be fatal.
Multiple sclerosis onset usually occurs in young adults, and it is more common in women.
Randall T. Schapiro has written: 'Managing the Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis' 'Symptom management in multiple sclerosis' -- subject(s): Multiple sclerosis, Palliative treatment, Popular works, Therapy
- Insular Sclerosis (old) - Disseminate Sclerosis - Encephalomyelitis Disseminata - Sclerose en plaques (French) - Multiple(n) Sklerose (German)
Multiple Sclerosis Affects the Nerve System, Brain and Spinal cord!! Hope I Helped :)
Corinne Goldsmith Dickinson Center for Multiple Sclerosis was created in 2001.
Peter Paul Michael has written: 'Multiple sclerosis' -- subject(s): Biography, Multiple sclerosis
It is neither bacterial nor viral. Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease. That means that your body's immune system is attacking parts of your body. In the case of multiple sclerosis the immune system is attacking the protective cover around the nerve cells.
multiple sclerosis (ms) affects the central nervous system, therefore affecting the rest of the body
yes, Multiple Sclerosis can affect vision. In fact, loss of vision, blurred vision, etc is an early symptom.
John Milton Adams has written: 'Multiple sclerosis, scars of childhood' -- subject(s): Multiple sclerosis
Nancy Jean Klimczak has written: 'The malingering of Multiple Sclerosis and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury' -- subject(s): Brain, Complications, Malingering, Multiple sclerosis, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Multiple sclerosis, Wounds and injuries
my brother has multiple sclerosis :P
Although the exact cause of MS is still unknown, multiple sclerosis isn't considered a hereditary disease in the traditional sense.
Multiple sclerosis is not an infectious disease (it can be caused by an infectious disease though). boala lyme http://www.facebook.com/BoalaLyme
multiple sclerosis may be the body's delayed immune reaction to viruses such as measles, Herpes simplex, rubella, and parainfluenza.
There is no designated patron against multiple sclerosis but there are patron saints against neurological disorders St. Bartholomew the Apostle and St. Dymphna.
Multiple sclerosis is a genetic disorder and one not acquired by an infection of the disease . Look to the related link below for additional information .
No, MS is not genetic.