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The frequency of peri phlebitis retinae in multiple sclerosis


, : The frequency of peri phlebitis retinae in multiple sclerosis. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica 65(6): 601-608

The 1st authors who described periphlebitis retinae (PR) in multiple sclerosis (MS) suggested that PR and MS plaques had a common etiology. This was never investigated. The literature on PR in MS was reviewed to see if further research is warranted. A statistical analysis based on frequency and duration of PR in MS in previously published articles, showed that PR may affect all MS patients and that PR may recur. Further studies of PR in MS are indicated.


Accession: 006680126

PMID: 7113665

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