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is m.s. a temporary or permanent disability on medical assistance forms?

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Dr. Jimmy Bowen
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 34 years experience
MS: Depends on the type of presentation and the impairments that occur during the disease. Relapsing/remitting type may "come and go" providing temporary impairments. Progressive type would normally provide additive impairments over time. Can also be a type that has a combination of both types.

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