Partial and significant reversal of progressive visual and neurological deficits in multiple sclerosis: a possible therapeutic effect.

  • Dan G Milder
  • Published 2002 in Clinical & experimental ophthalmology


A 24-year-old woman developed over 18 months fluctuating and progressively increasing visual and cerebellar deficits, due to multiple sclerosis. The minimum visual acuities were 3/19 on the right and the perception of finger movement at 1 m on the left. She became able to walk only with a wide base and with support. Her condition deteriorated despite the… (More)


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