alexa Visual Cognition in Multiple Sclerosis

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Visual Cognition in Multiple Sclerosis

Cognitive impairment occurs in 42-70% of people with multiple sclerosis (pwMS), with deficits most frequently described, in complex attention, efficiency of information processing, executive functioning, processing speed, and long-term memory. Even though impairment of visual cognition in MS patients has less consideration, it is present in up to 25% of them. Moreover, deficits in visual cognition is not only secondary phenomena due to disease involving the anterior visual pathways and associated (simple) perceptual impairment, but also explained as part of a universal impairment of cognitive abilities in MS.

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