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I have just received a copy of my Neurologists letter to my GP and I am trying to understand it. I was diagnosed in 1999 with primary progressive MS.
He has wrote : On examination cranial nerves were normal. There was some give way weakness in the upper limbs. Tone was normal in the upper limbs. There was subtle increased tone in lower limbs. All reflexes in upper and lower limbs were brisk. There was some non organic weakness in lower limbs. Hoover’s sign was positive bilaterally. Planters were downgoing. Clinially, she seemed to have soft myelopathic signs with the presence of positive oligocional bands.
Any help to interpret this would be appreciated. Thankyou