Dr Andrew Solomon Explains Prevalent Difficulties in Accurately Diagnosing MS

Dr Andrew Solomon Explains Prevalent Difficulties in Accurately Diagnosing MS

Publication date: Dec 14, 2019

MS is a difficult disease to diagnose as it can present in many different ways and lacks an attributable biomarker to assess, said Andrew Solomon, MD, associate professor of neurological sciences and division chief of multiple sclerosis at Larner College of Medicine, The University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont.

Concepts Keywords
Andrew Solomon Chemical pathology
Biomarker Biotechnology
Blood Test Biomarkers
Burlington Clinical medicine
Division Medicine
Hard Times Disorders
Memory Disorder
Multiple Sclerosis Branches of biology
Nervous System Multiple sclerosis
Neurological
Vermont

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH multiple sclerosis

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