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In addition the panel is in contact with the ENS panel to facilitate future joined activities. During the last years the panel produced several guidelines: 1.

Guidelines on the use of anti-interferon-beta antibody measurements in multiple sclerosis 2. Guidelines for treatment of multiple sclerosis relapses The guidelines were published in the European Journal of Neurology in and constituted chapters in the Handbook of Neurological Management published in The Subspecialty Scientific Panel has planned to form a working group for producing a paper on the access for neurologists in all European countries to prescribe all approved immunomodulatory drugs.

Ron Milo was appointed leader of this working group. Future work of the panel will address a consensus for safety considerations for MS therapy with monoclonal antibodies. In addition, the issue of neutralizing antibodies against natalizumab will be addressed under the leadership of Prof Sorensen. Finally an update on the use of modern oral therapies for treatment of multiple sclerosis will be prepared.

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Management Group. Individual panel members. The Baltic states Only one study from the Baltic States, a prevalence study in Southern Estonia in , was included [ ]. Discussion This systematic review has comprehensively catalogued the incidence and prevalence of MS across Europe between January and January , and unlike prior systematic reviews [ - ] of this region, has summarized methodologies and evaluated study quality using an objective measure and a predetermined set of criteria.

Conclusion While there was marked variability in the methodological quality of the studies reviewed, we can report that methods seem to have improved over time, as demonstrated by the trend towards higher quality scores in later studies. Competing interests The authors declare that they have no competing interests.

Incidence and prevalence of multiple sclerosis in Europe: a systematic review

Click here for file 38K, pdf. Additional file 2: Quality assessment form. Click here for file K, pdf. Click here for file K, doc. Acknowledgements Thanks to Ms. References World Health Organization. Atlas multiple sclerosis resources in the world Geneva: WHO Press; The accuracy of prevalence rates of multiple sclerosis: a critical review.

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