I think it's safe to say that all of these questions and many more can be suspected but never known until something specific and unique to ms is discovered which allows doctors to unquestionably discern who has ms and when ms starts.ClancyPavillion wrote: If we are assuming that normal-appearing grey and white matter are infact often abnormal in MS patients, does this mean that there is a large possibility that A LOT of folks with chronic MS-like symptoms are being misdiagnosed? (with or without Obands in spinal tap) Is it possible for them to have no focal white matter lesions and still have the abnormal grey and white matter?
TwistedHelix wrote:I hope that the researchers in the link I posted have acknowledged, in the full text, the Finnish findings that you posted, and that they have been working to validate and confirm the results. Otherwise it would seem that they have wasted time and money duplicating the tests and coming to the same conclusions!
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