Saturday, 24 March 2018

Dementia is a disease of the Ependymal Layer: Novel theory from looking at cognitive impairment in Multiple Sclerosis

The intricacies of dementia are explored in relation to varied studies on brain atrophy in multiple sclerosis and used to delineate the primary pathology of the latter. The theory examines the high frequency of cognitive impairment (Jongen 2012) in Multiple Sclerosis and its early manifestation during the disease.  The fact that there is associated brain atrophy cannot be explained by the degree of damage to neurons.

Keynote speech on cognitive impairment in multiple sclerosis by Dr Philip A McMillan, NHS, UK. Neuropsychiatry 2018 is a world's biggest platform to gather experts from Neurological sciences.

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