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4 – MS Lesions in Cerebellum Ably Predict Disability Levels and Disease Progression, Study Suggests

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Damage to the cerebellum in people with multiple sclerosis (MS) is due more to the death of actual nerve cells than the destruction of white matter connections, a new study out of Italy suggests. The article, which challenges previous ideas about how brain damage in MS occurs, is titled “MRI-detectable cortical lesions in the cerebellum and their clinical relevance in multiple sclerosis“ and appeared in Multiple Sclerosis Journal.

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