Neuritis óptica como manifestación temprana de la esclerosis múltiple - Revisión narrativa.
Arcila Villamil, Katherine Julieth
Barroso Barreto, Julieta Cristina
Capasso Velez, Juan Jose
Universidad El Bosque
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Introduction and Objective: Optic neuritis (ON) tends to be an early sign in the onset of multiple sclerosis, in young people therefore it seeks to describe the relationship between multiple sclerosis and optic neuritis, through a narrative review between 2008 and 2018. Materials and methods: The type of study was a narrative review of the world literature, in a population between 20 and 50 years old, through analytical obstructive studies. Results: The incidence of Multiple Sclerosis in patients who are diagnosed with Optic Neuritis is 25.6 per 10,000 inhabitants compared to an incidence of 0.45 per 10000 inhabitants in healthy and asymptomatic patients, showing that presenting Optic Neuritis increases the risk in 31 times of generating multiple sclerosis, in addition, as the first manifestation occurs in up to 82% of cases, and which is the most prevalent primary manifestation as it occurs in 11.24% of cases compared to 6% -8% other manifestations. Conclusions: Optic Neuritis is the most prevalent early manifestation of Multiple Sclerosis.
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