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what are the symptoms of multiple sclerosis and its treatment

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Dr. Fraser Henderson
Specializes in Neurosurgery
Altered vision sensa: MS usually presents with neurological deficit‘s separated in space and time. Typically there may be changes in vision that come and go, dizziness, numbness on one side of the body or one lemon, change in gate, possibly decreased coordination. Again these deficits tend to get worse and then resolve and often go away. The neurologic deficit‘s occur in different parts of the body .Need an MRI brain
Answered on Oct 14, 2018
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