For neurologists concerned with MS in clinical practice, the question of prognosis inevitably arises. The physician’s attitude toward the disease can have a strong influence on the patient indirectly, if not directly. Individual personal experience concerning prognosis is often limited. Opinions are often contradictory in the literature. The data gathered with our documentation system have made it possible to reexamine this problem. The present status and the previous course of the disease were analyzed in a large number of cases; individual follow-up examinations were not included.
KeywordsNeurol Measle Riser Broman Encephalomyelitis
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