M L New Rosenheim

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We investigated the influence of age at disease onset on timing of the progressive phase in 957 patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). Age at onset powerfully predicts the probability of developing a primary progressive form of the disease. Moreover, age at onset strongly determines the time to conversion to secondary progression for patients presenting(More)
Twenty five patients with peripheral neuropathy at different stages of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection are reported. Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) findings were available in 17 cases, electrophysiology in all and a neuromuscular biopsy in 11. Of six otherwise asymptomatic HIV+ patients, five had chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy(More)
possible on an exchange basis, where the accent is on work rather than an examination. At the end of three or four years of such work in a developed country, part of which could be spent in a specialized unit, the doctor would return home a true specialist, rather than one who has specialized in the art of passing an examination. On his return the(More)
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