Matthew S. Parsons
University of Rochester
MoleInternal medicineOncologyDermatologyPediatricsOptic neuritisMonoclonal antibody therapyCD19AlemtuzumabMEDLINEAutoimmunityTrigeminal neuralgiaMultiple sclerosisRituximabNatalizumabCase conferenceNeurology clinicFacial painClinical courseMonoclonal antibodyMedicineImmune system
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#2Nick Hogan (University of Texas at Austin)H-Index: 1
Last. Teresa C. FrohmanH-Index: 37
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The patient is a right-handed White woman with relapsing-remitting MS diagnosed subsequent to left acute optic neuritis (AON). She described a previous transient episode of severe, electrical, and paroxysmal facial pain consistent with trigeminal neuralgia. Initial MRI demonstrated supratentorial
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#1Nidhiben Anadani (UR: University of Rochester)
#2Megan HylandH-Index: 5
Last. Teresa Frohman (UR: University of Rochester)H-Index: 1
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A 38-year-old woman with MS receiving natalizumab presented to the neurology clinic with the complaint of a new neurologic symptom. ### Clinical course The patient had a 6-year history of clinically stable MS, albeit exhibiting radiographic progression despite strict adherence to daily
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Objective To determine whether the punctuated administration of low-dose rituximab, temporally linked to B-cell hyperrepopulation (defined when the return of CD19+ B cells approximates 40%–50% of baseline levels as measured before alemtuzumab treatment inception), can mitigate alemtuzumab-associated secondary autoimmunity. Methods In this hypothesis-driven pilot study, 10 patients received low-dose rituximab (50–150 mg/m2), a chimeric anti-CD20 monoclonal antibody, after either their first or se...
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