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Title Multiple sclerosis / editors, Donald W. Paty, George C. Ebers.

Published Philadelphia : F.A. Davis, [1998]
©1998

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM BioMed ST  616.834 MULT    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxiii, 572 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 26 cm.
Series Contemporary neurology series ; 50.
Contemporary neurology series ; 50.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Introduction: A Historical Overview / George C. Ebers -- 2. Epidemiology / George C. Ebers and A. Dessa Sadovnick -- 3. Susceptibility: Genetics in Multiple Sclerosis / George C. Ebers and A. Dessa Sadovnick -- 4. Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis / Donald W. Paty, John H. Noseworthy and George C. Ebers -- 5. Clinical Features / Donald W. Paty and George C. Ebers -- 6. Natural History Studies and Applications to Clinical Trials / George C. Ebers and Donald W. Paty -- 7. Visual Signs and Symptoms / Duncan P. Anderson and Terry A. Cox -- 8. Neuropathology and Pathophysiology of the Multiple Sclerosis Lesion / G. R. Wayne Moore -- 9. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Changes as Living Pathology in Multiple Sclerosis / Donald W. Paty and G. R. Wayne Moore -- 10. Virology / Lorne F. Kastrukoff and George P. A. Rice -- 11. Immunology / George C. Ebers -- 12. Management of Multiple Sclerosis and Interpretation of Clinical Trials / Donald W. Paty, Stanley A. Hashimoto and George C. Ebers.
Summary This landmark work covers all aspects of MS by the leading authorities in the field. Comprehensive, yet accessible, Multiple Sclerosis provides a full overview of the disease, explains diagnosis, and covers its clinical features and natural history. Theories of pathogenesis are assessed, and both specific and general aspects of management are detailed, including the applicability of recent clinical trails of therapeutic drugs. This unparalleled work represents the culmination of the author's five decades of experience in treating some 6000 MS patients. Twelve chapters introduce the disease, explain diagnosis, cover its clinical features and natural history, give details on theories of pathogenesis, and describe both specific and general aspects of management, including the applicability of recent therapeutic clinical trials. The authors are joined by 9 MS specialists in neuro-ophthalmology, neuropathology and virology.
Other author Paty, Donald W.
Ebers, George C.
Subject Multiple sclerosis.
ISBN 0803667841