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Vaccination, Infection, and the Risk for Multiple Sclerosis

Vaccination, Infection, and the Risk for Multiple Sclerosis Letters ria for persistent genital arousal disorder. To our knowledge, authors put particular emphasis on vaccines against hepati- these symptoms have not been recognized as typical of RLS. tis B and human papillomaviruses that had previously been On the other hand, the clear circadian rhythm and improve- associated with the acute onset of central nervous system– ment with physical activity are well recognized in RLS; how- demyelinating disease. The good news is that there are no ever, our patient only reported these after we actively asked long-term detrimental effects of any kind of the vaccination about the circadian pattern. This highlights the importance investigated, although there was an association with any of our case report in raising awareness regarding the associa- form of vaccination and the onset of demyelinating disease tion between these conditions, which needs to be explored within 30 days of vaccination in younger individuals. This is in a detailed medical history. The available literature sug- thought to be owing to an acceleration of disease being gests that RGS is neither a sexual desire nor hypersexuality. already in the stage of development, as a similar relationship Instead, RGS is currently considered a somatosensory disor- had been described http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Neurology American Medical Association

Vaccination, Infection, and the Risk for Multiple Sclerosis

JAMA Neurology , Volume 72 (4) – Apr 1, 2015

Vaccination, Infection, and the Risk for Multiple Sclerosis

Abstract

Letters ria for persistent genital arousal disorder. To our knowledge, authors put particular emphasis on vaccines against hepati- these symptoms have not been recognized as typical of RLS. tis B and human papillomaviruses that had previously been On the other hand, the clear circadian rhythm and improve- associated with the acute onset of central nervous system– ment with physical activity are well recognized in RLS; how- demyelinating disease. The good news is that there are no ever,...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2015 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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2168-6149
eISSN
2168-6157
DOI
10.1001/jamaneurol.2014.4708
pmid
25867731
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Abstract

Letters ria for persistent genital arousal disorder. To our knowledge, authors put particular emphasis on vaccines against hepati- these symptoms have not been recognized as typical of RLS. tis B and human papillomaviruses that had previously been On the other hand, the clear circadian rhythm and improve- associated with the acute onset of central nervous system– ment with physical activity are well recognized in RLS; how- demyelinating disease. The good news is that there are no ever, our patient only reported these after we actively asked long-term detrimental effects of any kind of the vaccination about the circadian pattern. This highlights the importance investigated, although there was an association with any of our case report in raising awareness regarding the associa- form of vaccination and the onset of demyelinating disease tion between these conditions, which needs to be explored within 30 days of vaccination in younger individuals. This is in a detailed medical history. The available literature sug- thought to be owing to an acceleration of disease being gests that RGS is neither a sexual desire nor hypersexuality. already in the stage of development, as a similar relationship Instead, RGS is currently considered a somatosensory disor- had been described

Journal

JAMA NeurologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Apr 1, 2015

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