[Simultaneous occurrence of sarcoidosis and MS or sarcoidosis within the clinical picture of multiple sclerosis?].

Abstract

Twelve years following the diagnosis of a histologically proved Sarcoidosis, a patient developed a central paresis of one lower limb. Two years later, tetraparesis, bladder dysfunction, ataxia and an internuclear bilateral ophthalmoplegia occurred. In CSF oligoclonal IgG without dysfunction of the blood brain barrier was found. On the basis of these data multiple sclerosis was diagnosed.

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@article{Reess1992SimultaneousOO, title={[Simultaneous occurrence of sarcoidosis and MS or sarcoidosis within the clinical picture of multiple sclerosis?].}, author={J. M. Reess and Erich Mauch and Hans Helmut Kornhuber}, journal={Der Nervenarzt}, year={1992}, volume={63 8}, pages={503-5} }