A clinical screening tool for objective and subjective cognitive disorders in multiple sclerosis.

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Summary of "A clinical screening tool for objective and subjective cognitive disorders in multiple sclerosis."

Cognitive dysfunction is common in multiple sclerosis (MS). Deficits can affect attention, concentration, planning, and memory. They can have severe functional consequences in many domains. Cognitive complaints are frequently associated with other confounding factors (fatigue, anxiety, depression, or treatment side effects). In most cases, cognitive assessment is proposed after a spontaneous complaint, but determining the extent of discomfort perceived by the patient, the influence of co-existing factors, or the optimal timing for a more complete neuropsychological assessment is difficult.


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Name: Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine
ISSN: 1877-0665


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