2021 CMSC Annual Meeting

Tag: (3)Neurology

Poster-Symptom Management

Symptom Burden and Treatment Goals of People with MS Spasticity: Results from SEEN-MSS, a Large-Scale, Self-Reported Survey

Background: Evidence suggests that people with multiple sclerosis and spasticity (pwMSS) experience multiple concurrent symptoms that...

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Poster-Rehabilitation Poster

Assessing the Benefits of Using Telehealth in Conjunction with a Fitbit to Improve Walking in Veterans with Multiple Sclerosis

Background: Patients with multiple sclerosis often have limitations with mobility due to fatigue, weakness, and impairments with balance...

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Poster-Methods of Care

Remote Monitoring in MS – Initial Experience with Medical Device Icompanion

Background: In the last decade, many electronic health (eHealth) technologies have found their way to the field of multiple sclerosis...

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Poster-Neuroimmunology and disease models

Mucosal Associated Invariant T (MAIT) Cells Show Defective Activation in People with Multiple Sclerosis

Background: mucosal associated invariant T (MAIT) cells are innate-like T cells expressing an invariant TCR ? chain with a limited …...

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Poster-Epidemiology and Genetics

Demographic and Clinical Associations with Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder in an Academic Medical Center

Background: Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder (NMOSD) is a rare, inflammatory CNS syndrome, which, left untreated, may result in...

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Poster-Disease-modifying Therapy

Safety and Effectiveness of Peginterferon Beta-1a in a Subgroup of African American Patients: Plegridy Observational Program Interim Analysis

Background: Limited data on baseline (BL) characteristics and disease severity exist for Black/African American (AA) patients with multiple...

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Platform-Rehabilitation

Beyond the Physical Symptoms of Spasticity for Persons with MS Spasticity: Results from SEEN-MSS, a Large-Scale, Self-Reported Survey

Background: Spasticity, a complex and multi-dimensional symptom of multiple sclerosis (MS), occurs in up to 80% of those with MS. …...

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