Giovannoni's holistic approach to ms ver 3.1

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Giovannoni's holistic approach to ms ver 3.1

  1. 1. Epstein Bar Virus Genetics Vitamin D Smoking Risks Adverse events Differential Diagnosis MRI Evoked Potentials Lumbar puncture Blood Tests Diagnostic Criteria Cognition Depression Fatigue Bladder Bowel Sexual dysfunction Tremor Pain Swallowing SpasticityFalls Balance problems Insomnia Restless legsFertility Clinical trials Gait Pressure sores Oscillopsia Emotional lability Seizures Gastrostomy Rehab Suprapubic catheter Intrathecal baclofern Physio- therapy Speech therapy Occupational Therapy Functional neurosurgery Colostomy Tendonotomy Studying Employment Relationships Travel Vaccination Anxiety Driving Nurse specialists Family counselling Relapses 1st line 2nd line Maintenance Escalation Induction Monitoring Disease-free Disease progression DMTs Side Effects Advanced Directive Exercise Diet Alternative Medicine Pregnancy Breast Feeding Research Insurance Visual loss Palliative Care Assisted suicide Social services Legal aid Genetic counselling Prevention Diagnosis DMT Symptomatic Therapist Terminal CounsellingAn holistic approach to MS - ver. 3.1 (25 Aug 2013) Intrathecal phenol Fractures Movement disorders Osteopaenia Brain atrophy Hearing loss Tinnitus Photophobia Hiccoughs DVLA Neuroprotection Psychosis Depersonaliation Brain Health Cognitive Reserve Sudden death Suicide OCD Narcolepsy Apnoea Carers Respite Hospice Respite Dignitas Advanced Directive Rhiztomy Rhiztomy Wheelchair Walking aids Blood/Organ donation Brain donation Exercise therapy NABs Autoimmunity Infections Outcome measures Web Resources Pathogenesis Double vision What is MS? NEDA T2T OCT Neurofilaments JCV status Pharma Anaesthesia

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