Long survival and clinical stability in Marburg’s variant multiple sclerosis

@article{Turatti2010LongSA,
  title={Long survival and clinical stability in Marburg’s variant multiple sclerosis},
  author={Marco Turatti and Alberto Gajofatto and Francesca Rossi and Marcella Vedovello and Maria Donata Benedetti},
  journal={Neurological Sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={31},
  pages={807-811}
}
Marburg’s variant multiple sclerosis (MS) is an acute and aggressive atypical form of MS, leading frequently to death in few months. A 32-year-old man with motor and sensory symptoms suggestive of acute myelopathy, rapidly followed by cerebellar dysfunction and consciousness impairment. Clinical, laboratory and radiological evaluations suggested a central nervous system demyelinating disease. The diagnosis was Marburg’s variant MS, usually leading to death in short time. He underwent different… 

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