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What are neuropsychiatric problems associated with multiple sclerosis ?
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In brief: Significant at times
Main issue is evolution of progressive cognitive loss, which likely is present in at least 60% and creates an early disability.
Lack of emotional control, such as crying or laughing without reason, or more persistent euphoria or depression gets even more challenging. Although delusions and hallucinations may be rarely seen, usually not an issue.

In brief: Significant at times
Main issue is evolution of progressive cognitive loss, which likely is present in at least 60% and creates an early disability.
Lack of emotional control, such as crying or laughing without reason, or more persistent euphoria or depression gets even more challenging. Although delusions and hallucinations may be rarely seen, usually not an issue.
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Dr. Gael Yonnet
Neurology
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Some of the neuropsychiatric issues that can be associated with MS include depression, anxiety, as well as a spectrum of cognitive problems such as impaired memory and word finding difficulty.

In brief: See answer below
Some of the neuropsychiatric issues that can be associated with MS include depression, anxiety, as well as a spectrum of cognitive problems such as impaired memory and word finding difficulty.
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