Preface; 1. Pitfalls in identifying the classical clinical features of MS; 2. Pitfalls in correctly assessing the clinical course of MS; 3. Pitfalls in recognizing uncommon MS clinical presentations; 4. Challenges in the therapeutic management of MS; 5. Challenges in diagnosing demyelinating ocular disease; 6. Pitfalls in diagnosing cerebral parenchymal disease; 7. Pitfalls in diagnosing demyelinating cerebellar disease; 8. Challenges in diagnosing demyelinating brainstem disease; 9. Challenges in diagnosing spinal cord disease; Index.
Guides readers through a number of clinical cases defining MS and ruling out competing causes, using specific clinical examples.
B. Mark Keegan is a Consultant, Professor of Neurology and Head of the Division of Multiple Sclerosis and Autoimmune Neurology at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, MN, USA.