Doriana Morar, MD

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Insights Into Mood and Cognitive Disability in MS: Recognition and Treatment

April 01, 2007

Depression and cognitive impairment are common in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) but often are overlooked. These complications affect not only general quality of life but also complicate core symptoms of the disease. Depression in MS is well documented and easily treated while cognitive impairment sometimes needs a sharper eye to detect.