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Magnetic Resonance Imaging Changes after Plasma Exchange Treatment in Steroid-Refractory Relapses in Multiple Sclerosis and Other CNS Idiopathic…

CONCLUSIONS: Despite the lack of a significant relationship between variables estudied, the higher percentage of radiologic resolution in cases of new-onset disease, mass-effect lesions, and NMO suggests the influence of these factors on a favorable radiologic course. A lack of radiologic resolution of the active lesion is not indicative of clinical poor prognosis.Disclosure: Dr. Meca-Lallana has nothing to disclose. Dr. Hernández Clares has nothing to disclose. Dr. Carreon Guarnizo has nothing to disclose. Dr. Leon Hernandez has nothing to disclose. Dr. Palazon Cabanes has nothing to disclose. Dr. Salgado Cecilia has nothing to disclose. Dr. Andreu Reinon has nothing to disclose. Dr. Jimenez Veiga has nothing to disclose. Dr. Cacho Perez has nothing to disclose. Dr. Ruiz Merino has…

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