Heterogeneity of spinal cord pathology in multiple sclerosis and variants: A study of postmortem specimen from 13 Asian patients

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The spinal cord is a predominant site of lesions in multiple sclerosis (MS) and its variants, particularly in Asian populations. We investigated postmortem spinal cords obtained from 4 patients with acute MS, 9 patients with chronic MS and 4 controls. A total of 387 spinal cord segments were examined to study the histopathology of myelin, axons, glia, and… (More)

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