Last reply 8 months ago

Radiologically isolated syndrome (RIS) is a clinical situation in which a person has white matter lesions suggestive of multiple sclerosis (MS), as shown on an MRI scan that was done for reasons unrelated to MS symptoms.
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8 months ago

Which is why the diagnosis of MS does not rely on MRI evidence alone. It is a combination of factors including the oligodendrocyte measures from a lumbar puncture and a variety of Evoked Potentials, along with a history and observation.

8 months ago

The lumbar puncture was a sensation i will never forget

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