Neurons are normally covered with a fatty tissue called myelin. The myelin assists in transmitting the electrical signals.
MS is a condition in which the myelin is diminished. Symptoms occur in multiple parts of the body.
A patient may complain of weakness, clonus, and vertigo or color blindness (optic neuritis).
To diagnose this illness,
MRI may demonstrate plaques
Lumbar Puncture may demonstrate significant protein