701 Results for Multiple Sclerosis

  1. In the Clinic – Multiple Sclerosis: Longer Duration of Breastfeeding Associated with Reduced MS Risk

    ...ARTICLE IN BRIEFA new analysis suggests that among women who gave birth, a longer duration of breastfeeding (at least 15 months) is associated with a reduced risk of developing MS or CIS. But further studies are needed

    • Owens, Sarah
    • Neurology Today
    • September 07, 2017
  2. In the Pipeline-Multiple Sclerosis: Neurographic MRI Reveals Peripheral Nerve Lesions in MS Patients

    ...ARTICLE IN BRIEFUsing a highly sensitive magnetic resonance imaging technique, researchers were able to see more peripheral nerve lesions in patients with multiple sclerosis, suggesting that demyelination may

    • Samson, Kurt
    • Neurology Today
    • December 07, 2017
  3. In the Pipeline-Multiple Sclerosis: Pro-inflammatory Bacteria Found in MS Patients: Why Researchers View the Microbiome as a Potential Target

    ... patients, skewed T lymphocytes toward a regulatory profile. This and other evidence suggests, they said, that the microbiome could ge a potential therapeutic target for multiple sclerosis.The microbiome of people

    • Collins, Thomas R.
    • Neurology Today
    • November 16, 2017
  4. In the Clinic-Multiple Sclerosis in Children: Children with Radiologically-Isolated Syndrome Tend to Convert Quickly to MS

    ...ARTICLE IN BRIEFResearchers found that among children with radiologically-isolated syndrome, two factors in particular predicted whether a child would progress to MS: the presence of two or more unique oligoclonal bands

    • Fitzgerald, Susan
    • Neurology Today
    • October 19, 2017
  5. Minocyline Found to Have a Role in Early MS Treatment

    ...ARTICLE IN BRIEFA new study found that minocycline may slow the progression of multiple sclerosis (MS) in patients who have early signs of the disease, but independent MS experts disagree about the efficacy

    • Fitzgerald, Susan
    • Neurology Today
    • July 06, 2017
  6. In the Clinic-Concussion and Multiple Sclerosis: Concussions in Adolescence Found to Double Risk of Developing MS

    ...ARTICLE IN BRIEFResearchers reported an association between one or two concussions in adolescents and the subsequent risk for multiple sclerosis (MS). But other independent experts noted that other risk factors for MS

    • Hurley, Dan
    • Neurology Today
    • November 02, 2017