A 27-year-old female asked:
Could a 30 y/o female without lesions have ms if symptoms are present? neurologist is discussing parkinson's, but the symptoms don't totally match up.
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Internal Medicine 59 years experience
Yes: the lesions may not be seen with early "attacks" and Parkinson's Disease at EARLY age is kind of rare! (Exceptions are often the rule and may be "famous")
Hope this helps! NOTE!!!
Treatment in EITHER case is available and a LOT of RESEARCH going on!
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Last updated Aug 15, 2015
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