3 years ago

Distribution of disease courses in familial versus sporadic multiple sclerosis

Maria Steenhof, Nete Munk Nielsen, Egon Stenager, Kirsten Kyvik, Sören Möller, Jens Michael Hertz

Abstract

Objectives

The overall distribution of disease courses in multiple sclerosis (MS) is well established, but little is known about the distribution among familial MS cases. We examine the frequency of the different MS courses among familial and sporadic MS cases and determine whether MS cases within the same family had the same age at diagnosis and have experienced the same disease course.

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