A neurophysiological study of facial numbness in multiple sclerosis: Integration with clinical data and imaging findings.

@article{Koutsis2016ANS,
  title={A neurophysiological study of facial numbness in multiple sclerosis: Integration with clinical data and imaging findings.},
  author={Georgios Koutsis and Panagiotis Kokotis and Aikaterini E. Papagianni and M. E. Evangelopoulos and Constantinos Kilidireas and Nikolaos Karandreas},
  journal={Multiple sclerosis and related disorders},
  year={2016},
  volume={9},
  pages={
          140-6
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To integrate neurophysiological findings with clinical and imaging data in a consecutive series of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients developing facial numbness during the course of an MS attack. METHODS Nine consecutive patients with MS and recent-onset facial numbness were studied clinically, imaged with routine MRI, and assessed neurophysiologically with trigeminal somatosensory evoked potential (TSEP), blink reflex (BR), masseter reflex (MR), facial nerve conduction, facial muscle… CONTINUE READING
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