The Neurobehavioral Consequences of Multiple Sclerosis
By Anthony Feinstein
Multiple sclerosis (MS), a progressive neurological disease, is characterized by a host of physical symptoms. But the neurobehavioral consequences of MS can be as devastating and debilitating as the physical symptoms, and they are often unreported and undertreated. Here, Dr. Anthony Feinstein, a neuropsychiatrist, documents the effects of MS on cognition, information processing speed, learning and memory, executive function, personality, mood, and behaviour.
John Hopkins University Press