Krista Cleynhens

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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Cognitive impairment (CI) is found in about half of the multiple sclerosis (MS) population and is an important contributor to employment status and social functioning. CI is encountered in all disease stages and correlates only moderately with disease duration or Expanded Disability Status Scale scores. Most present neuropsychological(More)
BACKGROUND Cognitive impairment affects half of the multiple sclerosis (MS) patient population and is an important contributor to patients' daily activities. Most cognitive impairment studies in MS are, however, cross-sectional or/and focused on the early disease stages. OBJECTIVE We aim to assess the time course of decline of different cognitive domains.(More)
BACKGROUND Information on the relative influence of cognitive and physical impairment on the quality of life in multiple sclerosis is currently limited and no scientific consensus has been reached yet. OBJECTIVE For this reason, we wanted to examine the relative contribution of cognitive and physical impairment measures comprised in the MSFC test on(More)
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