2021 CMSC Annual Meeting

Tag: University of Connecticut School of Medicine

Poster-Rehabilitation Poster

Difference in Lower Limb Strength Asymmetry between Fallers and Non-Fallers with Multiple Sclerosis

Background: Lower limb (LL) asymmetry in persons with multiple sclerosis (PwMS) has been associated with decreased balance and abnormal...

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Poster-Quality of Life and Outcomes

The Relationship between Illness Intrusiveness and Walking in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis

Background: Walking impairment is one of the hallmark symptoms of persons with multiple sclerosis (PwMS) and affects activities of daily...

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Poster-Quality of Life and Outcomes

Perceived Health Related Quality of Life and Healthcare Resource Utilization in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis with and without Vascular Comorbidity

Background: Vascular comorbidities are prevalent in the multiple sclerosis (MS) population and can contribute to adverse health outcomes in...

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Poster-Psychosocial Factors

Identifying Behavioral Targets to Reduce Missed Multiple Sclerosis-Related Appointments: Potential Implications for Interventions

Background: Missed appointments without cancellation or “no shows” can cause disruptions in necessary healthcare services, which can be...

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Poster-Psychosocial Factors

Establishing the Test-Retest Reliability and Minimal Detectable Change of the Multiple Sclerosis Resiliency Scale (MSRS)

Background: The Multiple Sclerosis Resiliency Scale (MSRS) is the first measure designed to assess the factors connected to resilience...

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Poster-Neurophysiology; Neuropsychology and Neuropsychiatry

Identifying Prospective Memory Deficits in MS with a Single Task from the Memory for Intentions Test: An IRT and ROC Analysis

Background: While many persons with multiple sclerosis (PwMS) have prospective memory (PM) issues, which can have an impact on everyday...

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Poster-Imaging

Trajectories of the Frontal Lobe Structural Changes in Relation to Retrospective and Prospective Memory in Persons with Multiple Sclerosis

Background: Sophisticated cognitive and intellectual abilities are known to be attributed to the highly convoluted gyrencephalic brain in...

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