Low serum vitamin D levels and recurrent inflammatory spinal cord disease.

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BACKGROUND Low 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels have been associated with a higher risk of developing multiple sclerosis and increased relapse rates in patients with multiple sclerosis. As a sterol hormone involved in multiple immunologic pathways, vitamin D may play a role in preventing monophasic immune-mediated central nervous system attacks from developing… (More)
DOI: 10.1001/archneurol.2011.1974

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@article{Mealy2012LowSV, title={Low serum vitamin D levels and recurrent inflammatory spinal cord disease.}, author={Maureen A Mealy and Scott D. Newsome and Benjamin M. Greenberg and Dean M. Wingerchuk and Peter A. Calabresi and Michael Levy}, journal={Archives of neurology}, year={2012}, volume={69 3}, pages={352-6} }