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Multiple sclerosis is the disease of nervous system. The disease affects young individuals & has a prolonged course. It causes disability at the prime of life. The disease is marked by frequent remissions and relapses. It is an inflammatory, demyelinating disease of the central nervous system (CNS). MS lesions, characterized by perivascular infiltration of monocytes and lymphocytes, appear as indurated areas in pathologic specimens; hence, the term sclerosis in plaques.

'Autoimmune' means that the body's immune system becomes confused about some part of the body it is designed to protect. It is also known as disseminated sclerosis or encephalomyelitis disseminate. It attacks that part of the body as if it were a foreign invader.

Multiple sclerosis or MS affects a person's ability to move, to feel, and to control his or her body functions. The progress, severity and specific symptoms in MS are unpredictable.



It is two to three times more common in the female population than with males and usually has an onset from the teen years up to age fifty.

According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, approximately 400,000 Americans acknowledge having multiple sclerosis or MS, and every week about 200 people are diagnosed. Worldwide, MS may affect 2.5 million individuals.


Most people experience their first symptoms between the ages of twenty and forty. Symptoms rarely begin before the age of fifteen or after sixty. Women are twice as likely to get multiple sclerosis or MS as men, especially in their early years. MS is more common among some ethnic groups than others. For example, the disease is more common in North America and northern Europe than in other parts of the world. MS is very rare among Asians, Indians of North and South America, and Eskimos.

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