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Application of the 2010 MacDonald’s Criteria To A Cohort Of Patients With Clinically Isolated Spinal Cord Syndromes (P1.225)

Conclusion: The sensitivity of DIS 2010 criteria is lower than expected and the sensitivity of DIT 2010 criteria is surprisingly low, while the specificity of these criteria remains high. If changing the DIT criteria, including the symptomatic gadolinium-enhancing lesions, the sensitivity increased to 55.9% while maintaining a specificity of 81.4%. This definition of DIT could consider the feature of CISCS. CSF analysis is important in patients fulfilling neither 2005 nor 2010 MacDonald’s criteria to identify those at risk of converting to MS.Disclosure: Dr. Vandendriessche has nothing to disclose. Dr. Zephir has received personal compensation for activities with Biogen Idec, Bayer, Merck, Teva Neuroscience, Sanofi, and Novartis. Olivier Outteryck has received personal compensation f…

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Application of the 2010 MacDonald’s Criteria To A Cohort Of Patients With Clinically Isolated Spinal Cord Syndromes (P1.225)

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