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The cognitive burden of multiple sclerosis in children.

Neurology 2005 March 9
Little is known about the cognitive sequelae of pediatric-onset multiple sclerosis (MS). Ten pediatric patients with MS were evaluated using a comprehensive neuropsychological battery. Neuropsychological deficits were identified on measures of general cognition, language, visuomotor integration, and verbal and visual memory. Cognitive impairment occurs in children with MS, and those with longer disease duration and younger age at MS onset appear to be at greatest risk.

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