Clinical Progress of MS Illustrated

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by Wendy Henderson |

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In this easy to understand khanacademymedicine video shared in June 2015, the clinical progression of multiple sclerosis (MS) is explained via animation. The video focuses on the clinical course of the four different types of MS — relapsing-remitting, secondary progressive, primary progressive, and progressive-relapsing.

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The video reveals the percentage of MS patient who are affected by each type, whether the type affects more men or women, and the age estimations of when each type of MS is first likely to appear.

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