• Forty-six patients with multiple sclerosis were rated with respect to their psychologic symptoms, and magnetic resonance imaging was performed. A significant correlation between the cerebral multiple sclerosis manifestations and the psychologic scores was found. The periventricular and frontal lesions seem to be the most important lesions for the psychologic symptoms of patients with multiple sclerosis.
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