Presentation:  Assessment & Management of MS Symptoms and Comorbidity
> Pretest

1. Primary symptoms in MS are defined as:

a. A direct result of the demyelination process.

b. A secondary result of the demyelination process.

c. Symptoms related to an underlying infectious process.

d. The social, psychological, and vocational complications of MS.

2. All the following are true about relapses except:

a. Inflammation in the CNS that causes damage to the myelin and slow or blocks the transmission of nerve impulses

b. Change in function at least 24 hours

c. Separated by at less than 30 days

d. Occurs about once a year in untreated patient

e. Relapses occur in the absence of environmental, metabolic, or infectious processes.