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Title: Brazilian Consensus for the Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis: Brazilian Academy of Neurology and Brazilian Committee on Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis
Authors: MARQUES, Vanessa DaccachPASSOS, Giordani Rodrigues dosMENDES, Maria FernandoCALLEGARO, DagobertoLANA-PEIXOTO, Marco AurelioCOMINI-FROTA, Elizabeth ReginaVASCONCELOS, Claudia Cristina FerreiraSATO, Douglas KazutoshiFERREIRA, Maria Lucia BritoPAROLIN, Monica Koncke FiuzaDAMASCENO, AlfredoGRZESIUK, Anderson KuntzMUNIZ, AndreMATTA, Andre Palma da CunhaOLIVEIRA, Bianca Etelvina Santos deTAUI, Carlos BernardoMACIEL, Damacio Ramon KaimenDINIZ, Denise SisteroliCORREA, Eber CastroCORONETTI, FernandoJORGE, Frederico M. H.SATO, Henry KoitiGONCALVES, Marcus Vinicius MagnoSOUSA, Nise Alessandra de C.NOSCIMENTO, Osvaldo J. M.GAMA, Paulo Diniz daDOMINGUES, RenanSIMM, Renato FariaTHOMAZ, Rodrigo BarbosaMORALES, Rogerio de RizoDIAS, Ronaldo MacielAPOSTOLOS-PEREIRA, Samira dosMACHADO, Suzana Costa NunesJUNQUEIRA, Thiago de FariaBECKER, Jefferson
Citation: ARQUIVOS DE NEURO-PSIQUIATRIA, v.76, n.8, p.539-554, 2018
Abstract: The expanding therapeutic arsenal in multiple sclerosis (MS) has allowed for more effective and personalized treatment, but the choice and management of disease-modifying therapies (DMTs) is becoming increasingly complex. In this context, experts from the Brazilian Committee on Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis and the Neuroimmunology Scientific Department of the Brazilian Academy of Neurology have convened to establish this Brazilian Consensus for the Treatment of MS, based on their understanding that neurologists should be able to prescribe MS DMTs according to what is better for each patient, based on up-to-date evidence and practice. We herein propose practical recommendations for the treatment of MS, with the main focus on the choice and management of DMTs, as well as present a review of the scientific rationale supporting therapeutic strategies in MS.
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