Saturday December 16th 2017

Radiologically Isolated Syndrome in Children: Report of 5 Children With Long-Term Follow-Up (P2.243)

CONCLUSIONS: These children with white matter signal abnormalities suggestive for MS but without history of MS symptoms or neurological findings may be at an increased risk for development of the disease. The results of this long-term follow- up showed that this insidious, subclinic process may continue a long time ; and long-term, prospective follow-up studies in larger subject groups would be informative about the triggered factors and etiopathogenesis. Prescribing DMTs for the children with RIS remains unclear.Study Supported by: Neuroimmunology Society of TurkeyDisclosure: Dr. Eraksoy has nothing to disclose. Dr. Yapici has nothing to disclose. Dr. Tekturk has nothing to disclose. Dr. Ozcan has nothing to disclose. (Source: Neurology)

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Radiologically Isolated Syndrome in Children: Report of 5 Children With Long-Term Follow-Up (P2.243)

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