Treat patients with radiologically isolated syndrome when the MRI brain scan shows dissemination in time: commentary.

Abstract

Although an infrequent presentation, patients with the radiologically isolated syndrome (RIS) will be seen by every neurologist, who will perhaps manage about ten of these patients in their professional career. The injunction of Dennis Bourdette that we must exclude MRI mimics, is an important first step in the assessment of the problem. The RIS label means… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1352458512462269

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