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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 110, Number 1, July 2004

Steroid treatment for relapses in multiple sclerosis – the evidence urges shared decision-making
pp. 1-5(5)
Authors: Köpke, S.; Heesen, C.; Kasper, J.; Mühlhauser, I.

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Factors influencing quality of life in multiple sclerosis patients: disability, depressive mood, fatigue and sleep quality
pp. 6-13(8)
Authors: Lobentanz, I. S.; Asenbaum, S.; Vass, K.; Sauter, C.; Klösch, G.; Kollegger, H.; Kristoferitsch, W.; Zeitlhofer, J.

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A cluster of multiple sclerosis cases in Lysvik in the Swedish county of Värmland
pp. 14-22(9)
Authors: Callander, M.; Landtblom, A.-M.

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The relapse rate of multiple sclerosis changes during pregnancy: a cohort study
pp. 23-26(4)
Authors: Salemi, G.; Callari, G.; Gammino, M.; Battaglieri, F.; Cammarata, E.; Cuccia, G.; D'Amelio, M.; Lupo, I.; Ragonese, P.; Savettieri, G.

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Seizures among families of Indian probands with different epileptic syndromes
pp. 27-38(12)
Authors: Jain, S.; Bhatia, M.; Tripathi, M.; Srivastava, A.; Padma, M. V.; Gurjit; Pandey, R. M.

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Familiarity with, knowledge of, and attitudes toward epilepsy in residents of Seoul, South Korea
pp. 39-45(7)
Authors: Choi-Kwon, S.; Park, K. A.; Lee, H. J.; Park, M. S.; Lee, C. H.; Cheon, S. E.; Youn, M. H.; Lee, S. K.; Chung, C.-K.

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Limited utility of interictal apparent diffusion coefficient in the evaluation of hippocampal sclerosis
pp. 53-58(6)
Authors: Lee, J. H.; Chung, C.-K.; Song, I. C.; Chang, K. H.; Kim, H. J.

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Cognitive and affective status in mild hypothyroidism and interactions withl-thyroxine treatment
pp. 59-66(8)
Authors: Bono, G.; Fancellu, R.; Blandini, F.; Santoro, G.; Mauri, M.

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Progression of multiple sclerosis is associated with exon 1 CTLA-4 gene polymorphism
pp. 67-71(5)
Authors: Bilińska, M.; Frydecka, I.; Noga, L.; Dobosz, T.; Żołędziewska, M.; Suwalska, K.; Tutak, A.; Pokryszko-Dragan, A.

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A non-syndromic hearing loss caused by very low levels of the mtDNA A3243G mutation
pp. 72-74(3)
Authors: Mancuso, M.; Filosto, M.; Forli, F.; Rocchi, A.; Berrettini, S.; Siciliano, G.; Murri, L.

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