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Relapsing-Remitting MS

relapses with either full recovery or some remaining neurological signs/symptoms and residual deficit on recovery.

Relapsing-Remitting MS

Periods between relapses charterized by lack of disease progression.

Primary-Progressive MS

disease progression from onset, without plateaus or remissions or with occasional plateaus and temporary minor improvements

Secondary-Progressive MS

initial relapsing-remitting course, followed by progression at a variable rate that may also include occasional relapses and minor remissions

Progressive-Relapsing MS

progressive disease from onset but without clear acute relapses that may or may not have some recovery or remission.

Progressive-Relapsing MS

Commonly seen in individuals who develop the disease after 40 years of age.

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