Multiple sclerosis: incorporation of results of laboratory techniques in the diagnosis.

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In a retrospective study of 100 multiple sclerosis patients we compared the diagnostic classification according to the Schumacher/Rose criteria and the newest criteria, proposed by Poser et al. It is clear that by incorporating the results of laboratory investigations in the diagnostic criteria a firm diagnosis of multiple sclerosis can be reached more… (More)

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@article{Polman1985MultipleSI, title={Multiple sclerosis: incorporation of results of laboratory techniques in the diagnosis.}, author={C H Polman and Jennifer Koetsier and J. B. F. van der Valk and E. Ch. Wolters}, journal={Clinical neurology and neurosurgery}, year={1985}, volume={87 3}, pages={187-92} }