Neurodegenerative Mechanisms of Multiple Sclerosis


In 80% of all MS cases, patients suffer from relapsingremitting (RR) MS, which have clearly defined periods of neurological deficits followed by (partial) recovery [1]. In those RRMS patients, 65% of the disease cases gradually evolves into secondary progressive (SP) MS, with progressive permanent neurological deficits. In 20% of all MS cases, patients have a progressive disease course from onset, which are known as primary progressive (PP) MS.

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@inproceedings{Xu2014NeurodegenerativeMO, title={Neurodegenerative Mechanisms of Multiple Sclerosis}, author={Hanpeng Xu}, year={2014} }