Marburg type and Balò’s concentric sclerosis: rare and acute variants of multiple sclerosis

@article{Capello2004MarburgTA,
  title={Marburg type and Bal{\`o}’s concentric sclerosis: rare and acute variants of multiple sclerosis},
  author={E. Capello and G. Mancardi},
  journal={Neurological Sciences},
  year={2004},
  volume={25},
  pages={s361-s363}
}
Abstract.Marburg type and Balò’s concentric sclerosis are considered particular variants of multiple sclerosis, clinically characterized by a severe, rapidly evolving clinical course, and by unusual neuropathological changes, often large tumor-like demyelinating plaques in Marburg type and concentric layers of partial demyelination alternating with demyelinating bands in Balò’s concentric sclerosis. These forms now can be diagnosed in vivo, with complete clinical and laboratory examination and… Expand
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