Which neurological diseases are most likely to be associated with “symptoms unexplained by organic disease”

Abstract

Many patients with a diagnosis of neurological disease, such as multiple sclerosis, have symptoms or disability that is considered to be in excess of what would be expected from that disease. We aimed to describe the overall and relative frequency of symptoms ‘unexplained by organic disease’ in patients attending general neurology clinics with a range of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00415-011-6111-0

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@article{Stone2011WhichND, title={Which neurological diseases are most likely to be associated with “symptoms unexplained by organic disease”}, author={J. Stone and April Perry Carson and R. Duncan and Reade B Roberts and Roger T Coleman and Celia Warlow and G. G. Murray and Annalisa Pelosi and James Cavanagh and K. Matthews and Rosana Goldbeck and Martyn Sharpe}, journal={Journal of Neurology}, year={2011}, volume={259}, pages={33-38} }