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Early psychiatric manifestation in a patient with primary progressive multiple sclerosis



Early psychiatric manifestation in a patient with primary progressive multiple sclerosis



Archives of Iranian Medicine 12(6): 595-598



Multiple sclerosis can create a variety of somatic, cognitive, and behavioral symptoms. Here we report a patient with early psychiatric symptoms including depression, dementia, and catatonia, who was eventually diagnosed as having primary progressive multiple sclerosis.

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