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Getting the complete clinical picture: A closer look at smouldering MS

6641 3734 Howard Donohue, PhD

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory disease that is often dominated by relapsing-remitting symptoms.1 However, inflammation is not only present in acute and relapsing MS, but also in the secondary…

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Expanded interval dosing of natalizumab: Outcomes from the NOVA study

6641 3734 Howard Donohue, PhD

Natalizumab 300 mg every 4 weeks (Q4W) is approved for the treatment of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS). In patients previously exposed to the JC virus, natalizumab is associated with a…

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Aquaporin-4-positive neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder: A favourable long-term benefit-risk profile of eculizumab treatment

6641 3734 Howard Donohue, PhD

Neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder (NMOSD) is an uncommon inflammatory disease that typically affects the optic nerves and spinal cord.1,2 At least two-thirds of cases are associated with aquaporin-4 (AQP4) antibodies…

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Integrative medicine for multiple sclerosis: Outcomes from the Inspire MS program

5692 3201 Howard Donohue, PhD

A growing body of evidence suggests that integrative medicine (IM) modalities can enhance the comprehensive care of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). Thirty to eighty percent of patients with MS…

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To stay or to switch? Assessing long-term treatment outcomes and impact of treatment on patients’ quality of life

6641 3734 Howard Donohue, PhD

The main concerns of patients, regarding their treatment, include disease control and safety, but they also want to make sure that their day-to-day life remains as close to normal as…

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Speaking to Prof. Barbara Tettenborn – “You have to love what you do, otherwise you are not good”

1500 1001 Anna Stelling, PhD

Prof. Barbara Tettenborn is the chief of the Department of Neurology at the Cantonal Hospital St. Gallen, Switzerland since 1999. In addition to her position at the hospital, she is…

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New guidelines for the use of MRI in patients with multiple sclerosis

1000 665 Anna Stelling, PhD

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) is a well-established tool for diagnostic, prognostic and disease monitoring purposes.1 Its use has been specified in various guideline papers…

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The female stroke: Sex differences affect stroke presentation and management

1000 562 Shawn Haigh

Women have a unique experience when it comes to stroke. Several differences between the sexes exist in stroke; in the epidemiology of the disease, clinical presentation, medical care and patient…

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Dopamine in stroke rehabilitation – Where do we stand?

1000 562 Anna Stelling, PhD

During this year’s “Stroke Summer School 2021” in Basel, Switzerland, Stefan Engelter (Stroke Unit, University Hospital Basel, Switzerland) provided an overview of what is known about the use of dopamine…

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Lipids and stroke: An update

950 535 Anna Stelling, PhD

During this year’s “Stroke Summer School 2021” in Basel, Switzerland, Gian Marco De Marchis (Stroke Unit, University Hospital Basel, Switzerland) provided an overview of the most important recent findings regarding…

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