The prevention of disability over the long term is the main treatment goal in multiple sclerosis (MS); however, randomized clinical trials evaluate only short-term treatment effects on disability. This study aimed to define criteria for 6-month confirmed disability progression events of MS with a high probability of resulting in sustained long-term disability worsening.

Sharmin, S., Bovis, F., Malpas, C., Horakova, D., Havrdova, E.K., Izquierdo, G., et al. (2022). Confirmed disability progression as a marker of permanent disability in multiple sclerosis. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY, 29(8), 2321-2334 [10.1111/ene.15406].

Confirmed disability progression as a marker of permanent disability in multiple sclerosis

Lugaresi, Alessandra
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2022

Abstract

The prevention of disability over the long term is the main treatment goal in multiple sclerosis (MS); however, randomized clinical trials evaluate only short-term treatment effects on disability. This study aimed to define criteria for 6-month confirmed disability progression events of MS with a high probability of resulting in sustained long-term disability worsening.
2022
Sharmin, S., Bovis, F., Malpas, C., Horakova, D., Havrdova, E.K., Izquierdo, G., et al. (2022). Confirmed disability progression as a marker of permanent disability in multiple sclerosis. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY, 29(8), 2321-2334 [10.1111/ene.15406].
Sharmin, Sifat; Bovis, Francesca; Malpas, Charles; Horakova, Dana; Havrdova, Eva Kubala; Izquierdo, Guillermo; Eichau, Sara; Trojano, Maria; Prat, Ale...espandi
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