Multiple Sclerosis is a debilating autoimmune disorder of central nervous system that affects the overall balance and co-ordination of the body. This disease have been prominently found in todayâs population.
âThe cause of multiple sclerosis is unknown. Several factors may increase your risk of developing multiple sclerosis, including: age, gender, family history, certain infections, ethnicity, geographic regions & other autoimmune diseases. In some cases, people with multiple sclerosis may also develop: muscle stiffness or spasms, paralysis, most typically in the legs, problems with bladder, bowel or sexual function, mental changes, such as forgetfulness or difficulties concentrating, depression & epilepsy. Ongoing research is attempting to identity pathology type in MS patients using flow cytometryâ Vasiliki E. Kalodimou et al Multiple Sclerosis & Research.
Journal of multiple sclerosis is an online publication that is fully based on different aspects of multiple sclerosis. The main peculiarity of this journal is subscription free approach to the authors. All the published articles are freely assessable and downloadable to all online readers.
Last date updated on July, 2014