Handbook of Multiple Sclerosis. Ann Intern Med. 1991;115:583. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-115-7-583_3
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The Handbook of Multiple Sclerosis is a review of reviews, a Baedeker of multiple sclerosis research, and a guide to the basic neurobiology of the disorder; it also heralds the likely direction of the next decade's investigation into cause, mechanism, and treatment of the disease. It is a book written for the investigator, or for one versed in the argot of modern immunology, neuropathology, and physiology.
The authorship of this large text includes 53 persons in addition to the editor. Most of them are notables in the fields of both basic research and clinical trials of treatment related to multiple
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