Multiple Sclerosis Brain Lesions Directory
In MS, nerves in the brain are attacked and damaged by the immune system. This causes disability when nerve signals are broken up by the lesions. An MRI can show the damage and help to diagnose and determine the prognosis for multiple sclerosis patients. Multiple sclerosis drugs can slow the development of lesions and reduce the frequency of relapses. Learn more about brain lesions from multiple sclerosis here.
Brain Lesions: Causes, Symptoms, Treatments
WebMD explains common causes of brain lesions, along with their symptoms, diagnoses, and treatments.
MS and Your Brain
There are lots of ways to keep your memory sharp when you have MS, from old-fashioned sticky notes to high-tech gadgets. Try these tips and tricks to think more clearly and stay focused.
Diagnosing Multiple Sclerosis With MRI
Magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, has revolutionized the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. WebMD explains how MRI works in detecting MS abnormalities and tracking the progress of the disease.
The Basics of Multiple Sclerosis
WebMD explains multiple sclerosis (MS), including its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments.