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Prognostic factors in a multiple sclerosis incidence cohort with twenty-five years of follow-up.
An incidence cohort consisting of 308 multiple sclerosis patients was followed up repeatedly during at least 25 years of disease. A number of clinical factors were analysed with respect to theirExpand
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Long-term follow up of patients with clinically isolated syndromes, relapsing-remitting and secondary progressive multiple sclerosis
This paper extends on previous data on prognosis in multiple sclerosis (MS), to encompass the entire course of the disease. The first episode suggestive of MS [the clinically isolated syndrome (CIS)]Expand
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Temporal Speech Characteristics of Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis and Ataxic Dysarthria: ‘Scanning Speech’ Revisited
‘Scanning speech’ has been used as a description of a prominent characteristic of the dysarthria of multiple sclerosis (MS) as well as of ataxic dysarthria in general. It is thought to be measurableExpand
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Incidence of MS during two fifteen‐year periods in the Gothenburg region of Sweden
The average annual incidence of definite and probable MS in Gothenburg was re‐investigated. For 1950–1954, 1955–1959 and 1960–1964 it was 4.2, 4.2 and 4.3/100,000/year. For the five‐year periodsExpand
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Prevalence and Characteristics of Dysarthria in a Multiple-Sclerosis Incidence Cohort: Relation to Neurological Data
Few attempts have been made to use degree and type of multiple sclerosis (MS) dysarthria in neurological evaluation. In the present study, 77 individuals drawn from an MS population were examinedExpand
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Pregnancy is associated with a lower risk of onset and a better prognosis in multiple sclerosis
Summary The effects of pregnancy were studied in a multiple sclerosis incidence cohort. In order to eliminate interaction bias between the disease and pregnancy, analysis of the risk of relapseExpand
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Pregnancy is associated with a lower risk of onset and a better prognosis in multiple sclerosis.
The effects of pregnancy were studied in a multiple sclerosis incidence cohort. In order to eliminate interaction bias between the disease and pregnancy, analysis of the risk of relapse duringExpand
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Time to secondary progression in patients with multiple sclerosis who were treated with first generation immunomodulating drugs
Background: It is currently unknown whether early immunomodulatory treatment in relapsing–remitting MS (RRMS) can delay the transition to secondary progression (SP). Objective: To compare the timeExpand
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Continuous prediction of secondary progression in the individual course of multiple sclerosis.
BACKGROUND Prediction of the course of multiple sclerosis (MS) was traditionally based on features close to onset. OBJECTIVE To evaluate predictors of the individual risk of secondary progressionExpand
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Epidemiological investigation of the association between infectious mononucleosis and multiple sclerosis.
By matching a cohort of 494 infectious mononucleosis (IM) cases with a multiple sclerosis (MS) register, 3 MS cases were retrieved. The interval between IM and MS was 12 years. This corresponds to aExpand
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