Serafeim Katsavos

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OBJECTIVES Mechanisms of angiogenesis regulate multiple sclerosis (MS) lesions' evolution, displaying both neuroprotective and harmful effects. Factors traditionally considered as purely angiogenic,(More)
BACKGROUND The comorbidity between Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection is particularly rare. Only a few cases of comorbidity of Clinically Definite(CD)-MS and HIV(More)
BACKGROUND Multiple sclerosis (MS) patients have a low general cancer risk and cases of neoplastic comorbidity are attributed by many researchers in chance, or therapeutical side-effects. Human(More)
PURPOSE In a considerable percentage of individuals with a detectable alpha rhythm in their EEG, bursts of generalized hypersynchronous alpha activity (GHSAA) may occur, during alertness. The aim of(More)