MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

A composite score of a number of measurements of evoked potentials may be able to predict sustained accumulation of disability in patients with clinically isolated syndrome, which could provide clinicians insight into early disease.
The director of Centers for Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Research, and Traumatic Brain Injury Research at Kessler Foundation discussed the use of cognitive rehabilitation techniques in healthy individuals.

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The NeurologyLive Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Focus center offers the latest clinical news and expert insights related to this disabling disease of the central nervous system (CNS). Content found here includes video interviews with multiple sclerosis experts and key opinion leaders in neurology sharing insights on new and emerging therapies and management techniques, including insight and perspective novel treatment techniques. 

This page offers information regarding current strategies for multiple sclerosis treatment, as well as emerging therapeutic options for the disease being presented at major medical conferences and gaining traction in the scientific literature.