Neuropsychiatry of multiple sclerosis

by Dr Robert Fung, Dr Kate Jefferies and Dr Niruj Agrawal

 

Last updated: May 2018

 

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common disabling neurological illness affecting young and middle-aged adults.

 

Although attention has tended to focus on its neurological manifestations, reports of the neuropsychiatric symptoms date back to the writings of Charcot in 1877.

 

This module will detail the neuropsychiatric complications of multiple sclerosis and their treatment.

 

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