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    What is the best way to diagnose MS? What are the most accurate and reliable tests for this disease?

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    Disease-connected changes in the brain or spinal cord are detected by MRI in more than 90% of people suspected of having MS. It helps to visualize the holes (damaged myelin).

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    Hello! Could you tell about MS symptoms?

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    And what is the reason of that disease?

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    So! MS is an autoimmune disease that affects the myelin of spinal cord or brain. The symptoms include: weakness in an arm or leg, unusual sensations anywhere, bladder and sexual problems, speech problems and others.

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    David93, thank you for your reply!

    What about lumbar puncture and evoked potential testing? Are they not accurate?

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