Cognitive impairments were reported in descriptions of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) as early as Jean-Martin CHARCOTs first descriptions by 1868. However, there were only very few systematic studies in this domain until the contribution from Stephen M. Rao, twenty years ago. Since the introduction of specific standardized tools, such as the BRB, clinicians have become aware of neuropsychological consequences of this disease and consequently, have been able to embark on prospective and comparative studies that tried to characterize cognitive deficits in the various forms and stages of MS
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