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Haemorrhagic complications of multiple sclerosis.
  1. J Jankovic,
  2. H Derman,
  3. D Armstrong

    Abstract

    Neurological exacerbations in multiple sclerosis patients are usually attributed to relapses of the disease. This report emphasises that other conditions, such as spontaneous CNS haemorrhage, may be responsible for the clinical deterioration. We describe two patients appropriately diagnosed as having multiple sclerosis who developed spontaneous CNS haemorrhage.

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