The Optic Nerve as Part of the Diagnostic Criteria for Multiple Sclerosis
A recent prospective study showed that including the optic nerve as an additional topographic area in multiple sclerosis diagnostic decision-making improves sensitivity and diagnostic performance compared to the McDonald 2017 criteria: 92.5% sensitivity of the modified criteria vs. 88.2% of the current criteria.
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