Symptomatic management of multiple sclerosis in primary care

Working Party—Rashid, Cox, Jackson, McFadden, Merriman, Vernon


The variability in symptoms and presentation of multiple sclerosis (MS), its unpredictable disease course, and the psychological consequences for the patient make the diagnosis and management of MS exceptionally challenging.

This summary covers diagnosis and treatment options for the major symptoms of MS in primary care, and the management of relapses.


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