Presented by; Bobby Abraham
 Multiple         sclerosis is a progressive degenerative disease that affects the myelin sheath of neurons in the CNS.IN...
 Specific etiology is unknown Genetic factors 15 % depend on family history viral infections acquired during childhood...
Due to etiological factors      T-cells reaches the CNS  Blood brain barrier breakdown occursT-cells remain in the CNS and...
 Health history Physical examination MRI scan CT scan Blood routine investigations
 Speech  therapy Occupational therapy Relaxation therapy Diversion therapy
 Anti biotics Pain killers Corticosteroids
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Multiple sclerosis

  1. 1. Presented by; Bobby Abraham
  2. 2.  Multiple sclerosis is a progressive degenerative disease that affects the myelin sheath of neurons in the CNS.INCIDENCE;Mostly occurs in age 20 to 40 years of age.
  3. 3.  Specific etiology is unknown Genetic factors 15 % depend on family history viral infections acquired during childhood, may contribute to onset of disease in adulthood Precipitating factors1. Infection2. Stress3. Fatigue
  4. 4. Due to etiological factors T-cells reaches the CNS Blood brain barrier breakdown occursT-cells remain in the CNS and causes damageto the immune system Results in inflammation,that destroys the myelinand oligodendrioglial cells Formation of plagues Interuption in transmission of the refluxes
  5. 5.  Health history Physical examination MRI scan CT scan Blood routine investigations
  6. 6.  Speech therapy Occupational therapy Relaxation therapy Diversion therapy
  7. 7.  Anti biotics Pain killers Corticosteroids

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