‘Usual suspect’ brain lesions appear not to cause most severe disability in MS patients

Brain lesions—areas of brain tissue that show damage from injury or disease—are the biomarker most widely used to determine multiple sclerosis disease progression. But an innovative new study led by the University at Buffalo strongly suggests that the volume of white matter lesions is neither proportional to nor indicative of the degree of severe disability in patients.

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