How cervical cord atrophy varies according to MS type

Patients with different types of MS display different patterns of cervical cord atrophy progression, according to new research presented at ECTRIMS.

Dr Paola Valsasina from the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University in Milan, Italy, reported the findings of the multicenter study, which aimed to characterize the evolution of cervical cord atrophy over time in MS patients.

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