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BOF 102
In Multiple sclerosis, all are true, except:
1-siezures are rare at the time of diagnosis and prominent ones suggest another diagnosis.
2-demntia may occur in the long term
3-bilateral optic atrophy with spastic paraplegia may be a clue to the diagnosis
4-CSF protein usually in the range of 400-500 mg/dl
5-an acute hemiplegic type may be seen and usually difficult to differentiate from true stroke



 

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