Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Glossary

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Glossary - L

lichenoid dermatitis

Definition:

  • lichenoid dermatitis - form of neurodermatitis; characterized by intense itching (pruritus) with exudative, weeping patches on the skin scattered irregularly over most of the body, many of which are of the eczematous type and undergo lichenification

 

| leg cramps | leukoderma | leukorrhea | libido decreased | lichenoid dermatitis | lung edema | lymphocytic |

 

Multiple Sclerosis

The risk of contracting Multiple Sclerosis if a first-degree relative (father, mother, sibling) has the disease, is approx 1% - 3% overall.

MS Drugs

It should be noted that the multiple sclerosis drugs currently in use to treat MS are immunomodulatory. This means the approved drugs used specifically in the treatment of multiple sclerosis have a direct effect on the workings and efficiency of the normal immune system... Read More