A 65-year-old male asked:
This is a general question about multiple sclerosis. is it only rarely the case that a brain lesion due to ms goes away? in your personal opinion, what is the best treatment for ms? i realize that not everyone responds to a treatment equally.
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Internal Medicine 63 years experience
MS: Brain lesions in MS may recede on MRI irrespective of presence or absence of symptoms. I feel the best treatment for MS is obtained from a neurologist with a special interest in that disorder. He/she would be up to date on all available treatment options.
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