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SYMPTOMATIC MANAGEMENT OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

Schwid, Steven R.

doi: 10.1212/01.CON.0000293645.20988.3c
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Symptoms commonly caused by multiple sclerosis include weakness; spasticity; sensory disturbances; tremor; bladder, bowel, and sexual dysfunction; fatigue; affective symptoms; and cognitive impairment. For each of these symptoms, there are pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatments that may help to ameliorate symptoms. Such treatments can improve day-to-day function and improve quality of life, making them important adjuncts to disease-modifying therapies.

© 2007 American Academy of Neurology
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