Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Medicine
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune condition which requires a mechanism of immune mediation through which an impaired body immune system reaction to the central nervous system is aimed (CNS). The cortex, spinal cord and optic nerves are part of the CNS.. The course can be recurring or revolutionary in design. CNS lesions arise at varying periods and at various CNS sites. This sometimes means that the lesions in multiple sclerosis are "disseminated in time and space." The clinical experience of this condition ranges widely from stable progressive disease to a fastly changing disease that is impaired. Recurring sclerosis is the prevalent type of the disease; however, there are many other causes of the disease.