These are the "Borderline Types" of Multiple Sclerosis
Idiopathic inflammatory demyelinating diseases (IIDDs), sometimes known as borderline forms of multiple sclerosis, is a collection of multiple sclerosis variants, sometimes considered different diseases, but considered by others to form a spectrum differing only in terms of chronicity, severity, and clinical course.
In addition to the well known types of Multiple Sclerosis, Relapsing Remitting (RRMS), Secondary Progressive (SPMS), Primary Progressive (PPMS) and Progressive Relapsing (PRMS) there are also what's known as the Borderline Types of Multiple Sclerosis.
Marburg's Multiple Sclerosis
Marburg Multiple Sclerosis: an aggressive form, also known as malignant, fulminant or acute MS.
Tumefactive Multiple Sclerosis
Tumefactive Multiple Sclerosis: lesions whose size is more than 2 cm, with mass effect, oedema and/or ring enhancement.
Balo Concentric Sclerosis
Balo concentric sclerosis: an unusual presentation of plaques forming concentric circles, which can sometimes get better spontaneously.
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Idiopathic inflammatory demyelinating diseases
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