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What is Benign Multiple Sclerosis?

What is Benign Multiple Sclerosis?

  • Benign Multiple Sclerosis: Describes a type of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis in which few relapses occur. These relapses tend to produce sensory symptoms, which go away and leave very little or no residual damage or disability.

Benign Multiple Sclerosis: Introduction

Types of Benign Multiple Sclerosis:

Broader types of Benign Multiple Sclerosis:

How serious is Benign Multiple Sclerosis?

Prognosis of Benign Multiple Sclerosis: A patient who has benign multiple sclerosis can expect to show little or no progression after the initial attack. Generally, they remain fully functional although they can experience cognitive dysfunction, short-term memory problems and upon MRI examination, may also show clear clinical evidence of brain or spinal cord atrophy.

What causes Benign Multiple Sclerosis?

Causes of Benign Multiple Sclerosis: see causes of Benign Multiple Sclerosis

What are the symptoms of Benign Multiple Sclerosis?

Symptoms of Benign Multiple Sclerosis: see symptoms of Benign Multiple Sclerosis

Benign Multiple Sclerosis: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Benign Multiple Sclerosis.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Benign Multiple Sclerosis.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Benign Multiple Sclerosis: Neurologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Benign Multiple Sclerosis.
Treatments for Benign Multiple Sclerosis: see treatments for Benign Multiple Sclerosis

Name of Benign Multiple Sclerosis

Main name of condition: Benign Multiple Sclerosis


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