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The significance of neuroophthalmological symptoms in the diagnosis of disseminated sclerosis are analyzed. Fifty-two patients presented with the optic form of the disease of different severity. Subclinical stage of contralateral involvement was detected in patients with unilateral retrobulbar neuritis, which indicated dissemination of the process. Diseases(More)
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