Eyes May Dectect If A Patient's MS Is Getting Worse

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By Jackie Hauser

The eyes may tell doctors if a patient with multiple sclerosis is getting worse.

Researchers at Johns Hopkins performed eye scans on 164 patients and found those with a thinning retina had a more severe form of the disease.

Doctors believe eye scans could be a good way to regularly monitor people with M.S.





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