Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part A (2021)
Hallucinating presentation of multiple sclerosis: A case report
Rashida Jabeen, Rukhsana Kousar, Narjis Raza Jafree, Humaira Iftikhar
There is variety of discriminating myelin nerve tissue ailments presented as a series of inflammatory demyelinating disorders including disseminated encephalomyelitis, neuromyelitisopyica and Multiple sclerosis which do not occur immediately. Although the disease is not most common however multiple sclerosis has been found to be communal among inflammatory demyelinating diseases which may lead to serious disabilities as is presented a case of multiple sclerosis with exhibition of dementia primarily in this study. A woman aged to 37 years was referred to ____________with acute symptoms of drowsiness, aggression and departing monotonous activities, presented neurological discrepancies after2-3 days. On further investigation through clinical and radiological concluded the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis however a massive variety of differential diagnosis to confirm the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis was ignored. Appropriate neurological investigation and proper imaging empowered the timely diagnosis of multiple sclerosis with dementia allowed to provide suitable treatment to the patient.
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Rashida Jabeen, Rukhsana Kousar, Narjis Raza Jafree, Humaira Iftikhar. Hallucinating presentation of multiple sclerosis: A case report. Int. J. Res. Med. Sci. 2021;3(2):04-05.