Misdiagnosis of Single Sclerosis

Many different nervous system disorders might cause the symptoms of a single impact. A single sclerosis may not actually be a “sclerosis” at all. Any type of medical lesion or injury to a spinal or central nervous system region may cause such symptoms. The cause may not be an autoimmune reaction and hence may not be related to multiple sclerosis at all.

Multiple Sclerosis is a very difficult disease to diagnose because of the diverse range of possible symptoms. Blood testing to confirm MS is difficult. Hence, it is also difficult to correctly diagnose a Single Sclerosis.

But MS is not the only possible diagnosis. If the condition is a nerve malfunction, there are a variety of other possible medical conditions that might cause nerve symptoms (e.g. tingling, paresthesias), such as:



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