Multiple Sclerosis Severity Score: using disability and disease duration to rate disease severity.

@article{Roxburgh2005MultipleSS,
  title={Multiple Sclerosis Severity Score: using disability and disease duration to rate disease severity.},
  author={Richard H. Roxburgh and Sean R Seaman and Thomas Craig Masterman and Anke E. Hensiek and Stephen J Sawcer and Sandra Vukusic and Iuliana Achiti and Christian Confavreux and Marc Coustans and Emmanuelle Le Page and Gilles Edan and Gavin V. McDonnell and Soyini Hawkins and Mar{\'i}a Trojano and Maria Loiseau Liguori and Eleonora Cocco and Maria Giovanna Marrosu and Federico Tesser and M A Leone and Analupe Weber and Frauke Zipp and Bruno Miterski and J{\"o}rg T. Epplen and Annette Bang Oturai and Per Soelberg S{\o}rensen and Elisabeth Gulowsen Celius and Nieves T{\'e}llez Lara and Xavier Montalb{\'a}n and Pablo Villoslada and Andr{\'e}ia Maria da Silva and Martin Marta and Ivonaldo Neres Leite and Bruno Dubois and Jes{\'u}s Rubio and Helmut Butzkueven and Trevor Kilpatrick and Marcin P. Mycko and Krzysztof W. Selmaj and Maria Edite Rio and Stephen Attard Montalto and Giuseppe Salemi and Giovanni Savettieri and Jan Hillert and D. Alastair S. Compston},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2005},
  volume={64 7},
  pages={
          1144-51
        }
}
BACKGROUND There is no consensus method for determining progression of disability in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) when each patient has had only a single assessment in the course of the disease. METHODS Using data from two large longitudinal databases, the authors tested whether cross-sectional disability assessments are representative of disease severity as a whole. An algorithm, the Multiple Sclerosis Severity Score (MSSS), which relates scores on the Expanded Disability Status… CONTINUE READING
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