sclerosis (incoordination between upper and lower bodies)
Monaco (1962 SG724) National
Multiple Sclerosis Society, New York 1962.
Multiple sclerosis is an inflammatory
demyelinating disease of central nervous system involving
the white matter. It is characterized
by multiple lesions confined to the central nervous system
separated in both time and space.
In addition, the patient's symptoms and signs cannot be more
accurately attributed to another
disease process. Optic neuritis is the most common ocular
manifestation seen by ophthalmologists.