Kesselring, J; Thompson, AJ; (1997) Spasticity, ataxia and fatigue in multiple sclerosis. BAILLIERE CLIN NEUR , 6 (3) 429 - 445.
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Multiple sclerosis frequently results in a wide range of symptoms which often coexist, creating a complex pattern of disability. Chief among these symptoms, both in relation to their frequency and their impact on the patient, are spasticity, ataxia and fatigue. This chapter discusses the pathological basis and current treatment of these symptoms and stresses the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to their management, producing a comprehensive care plan which incorporates these and any other coexisting problems.
|Title:||Spasticity, ataxia and fatigue in multiple sclerosis|
|Keywords:||spasticity, ataxia, fatigue, multiple sclerosis, CHRONIC ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION, POSTURAL CEREBELLAR TREMOR, DISABLING ACTION TREMOR, QUALITY-OF-LIFE, DOUBLE-BLIND, CONTROLLED TRIAL, QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT, INTRATHECAL BACLOFEN, MOVEMENT-DISORDERS, IMPACT|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Brain Sciences|
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