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This week’s question theme is multiple sclerosis.
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What symptoms are clinically isolated syndrome (CIS) characterized by?
A number of disease-modifying therapies (DMTs) are at the disposal of physicians treating multiple sclerosis. The first three of these approved DMTs are often grouped as the first major therapeutic steps in MS. Which DMTs were those? (Select all that apply)
The ability to diagnose MS has improved in recent years, but what is the misdiagnosis rate?
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