Dawson fingers in anti-MOG disease
Now MS fingers have been found in a confirmed anti-MOG patient, making even more clear that MS is just a collection of demyelination cases with unknown origin.
MOG antibody-associated demyelinating disease mimicking typical multiple sclerosis: A case for expanding anti-MOG testing?
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/a ... 4819302251
MOG-antibody associated demyelinating disease is a new emerging diagnostic entity. Recently, international recommendations for testing of anti-MOG antibodies were published. Herein, we describe a case of anti-MOG antibody-associated demyelinating disease initially diagnosed as typical MS, and, at presentation, not fulfilling the proposed recommendations. This case highlights the expanding spectrum of anti-MOG antibody-associated demyelinating disease, illustrating the distinct and overlapping features of MS and MOG-antibody associated demyelinating disease, providing evidence that on rare occasions these recommendations may prove too restrictive.