Spinal multiple sclerosis is a variation in multiple sclerosis characterised by lesions in the cervical spine as well as corticospinal tract. The patients with peculiar lesions in spinal cord are generally classified as spinal MS patients. This is a common form of multiple sclerosis found in 55-75 percent of multiple sclerosis patients. The common symptoms include bladder and bowel dysfunctions, loss of control over bladder functions as well as sexual problems.
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