Disease onset in familial and sporadic multiple sclerosis in Argentina.

  title={Disease onset in familial and sporadic multiple sclerosis in Argentina.},
  author={Juan Ignacio Rojas and Liliana Patrucco and Jimena M{\'i}guez and Vladimiro J Sinay and F{\'a}tima Pagani Cassar{\'a} and Fernando J Caceres and N Fern{\'a}ndez Liguori and Mar{\'i}a Laura Saladino and Normah Deri and G Jaacks and Marcela Parada Marcilla and Massimo Arrigoni and Jorge Correale and Marcela P. Fiol and Mar{\'i}a C{\'e}lica Ysrraelit and Adriana Carr{\'a} and Mar{\'i}a Celeste Curbelo and Alejandra Diana Mart{\'i}nez and Judith D Steinberg and Santiago Bestoso and Javier Pablo Hryb and Jos{\'e} Luis Di Pace and M{\'o}nica Beatriz Perassolo and Edgar Carnero Contentti and Alejandro Caride and Pablo Adri{\'a}n L{\'o}pez and C. L. Hern{\'a}ndez Mart{\'i}nez and Edgardo G Reich and Edgardo Cristiano},
  journal={Multiple sclerosis and related disorders},
UNLABELLED The present study was carried out to assess if there is an anticipation of age at onset in younger generations of familial multiple sclerosis (FMS) vs. sporadic MS (SMS) in Argentina. METHODS multicenter study that included patients from 14 MS Centers of Argentina. Patients were considered as FMS if they had in their family at least one relative of first or second degree diagnosed with MS; otherwise, patients were considered to have SMS. We compared the age at onset between… CONTINUE READING
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