multiple sclerosis

"Low clinical conversion rate in clinically isolated syndromes (CIS) patients – diagnostic benefit of McDonald 2010 criteria?", Eur J Neurol. 2017, ID: ENE13476, DOI: 10.1111/ene.13476

Type: 
Journal
Year: 
2017
Authors: 
Rosenkranz S, Kaulen B, Neuhaus A, Siemonsen S, Koepke S, Daumer M, Stellmann JP

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE:

New diagnostic criteria of multiple
sclerosis (MS) increase the number of patients being diagnosed with MS
whilst a substantial part might not convert to clinically definite MS
(CDMS). The diagnostic accuracy of the McDonald 2005 and 2010 criteria
for conversion to CDMS was evaluated in an unselected cohort of patients
in whom an MS diagnostic work-up was decided.

A Web-based tool for personalized prediction of long-term disease course in patients with multiple sclerosis

Type: 
Journal
Year: 
2012
Authors: 
Galea I, Lederer C, Neuhaus A, Muraro PA, Scalfari A, Koch-Henriksen N, Heesen C, Koepke S, Stellmann P, Albrecht H, Winkelmann A, Weber F, Bahn E, Hauser M, Edan G, Ebers G, Daumer M.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23379849

Abstract

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE:

The
Evidence-Based Decision Support Tool in Multiple Sclerosis (EBDiMS) is
the first Web-based prognostic calculator in multiple sclerosis (MS)
capable of delivering individualized estimates of disease progression.
It has recently been extended to provide long-term predictions based on
the data from a large natural history cohort.

Onset of secondary progressive phase and long-term evolution of multiple sclerosis

Type: 
Journal
Year: 
2013
Authors: 
Antonio Scalfari, Anneke Neuhaus, Martin Daumer, Paolo Antonio Muraro, George Cornell Ebers

http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/early/2013/03/12/jnnp-2012-304333.full.pdf

Abstract:

Is it possible to measure mobility deficits of patients suffering from multiple sclerosis? Evaluation of mobility of patients with MS with motorical dysfunctions by dint of accelerometers.

Type: 
Journal
Year: 
2011
Authors: 
Schlesinger S, Neuhaus A, Thiele A, Kippnich M, Rashid A, Griewing B, Daumer M

Schlesinger S, Neuhaus A, Thiele A, Kippnich M, Rashid A, Griewing B, Daumer M.: „Sind Mobilitätseinschränkungen bei Patienten mit Multipler Sklerose messbar? Evaluation der alltagsnahen Mobilität mit mobiler Accelerometrie bei MS Patienten mit motorischen Funktionseinschränkungen.[ Is it possible to measure mobility deficits of patients suffering from multiple sclerosis? Evaluation of mobility of patients with MS with motorical dysfunctions by dint of accelerometers.]” Zeitschrift klinische Neurophysiologie to appear Jan 2011

Relapses as surrogate marker for later disability in Multiple Sclerosis. Correspondence.

Type: 
Journal
Year: 
2011
Authors: 
Ebers GC, Daumer M, Scalfari A

Ebers GC, Daumer M, Scalfari A.: Relapses as surrogate marker for later disability in Multiple Sclerosis. Correspondence to Sormani et al.; Neurology to appear

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