Minimal neuropsychological assessment of MS patients: a consensus approach.

@article{Benedict2002MinimalNA,
  title={Minimal neuropsychological assessment of MS patients: a consensus approach.},
  author={Ralph H. B. Benedict and Jill S Fischer and Cate J Archibald and Peter A. Arnett and William Beatty and Julie H Bobholz and Gordon Chelune and John D Fisk and D. W. Langdon and Lauren S. Caruso and Frederick W. Foley and Nicholas G Larocca and Lindsey Vowels and Amy R Weinstein and John DeLuca and Stephen M. Rao and Frederick E. Munschauer},
  journal={The Clinical neuropsychologist},
  year={2002},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={381-97}
}
Cognitive impairment is common in multiple sclerosis (MS), yet patients seen in MS clinics and neurologic practices are not routinely assessed neuropsychologically. In part, poor utilization of NP services may be attributed to a lack of consensus among neuropsychologists regarding the optimal approach for evaluating MS patients. An expert panel composed of neuropsychologists and psychologists from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Australia was convened by the Consortium of MS… CONTINUE READING
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