Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting, the world’s premier neurology meeting, will be held in a fully virtual format from April 17-22. It will include: Over 90 expert-led CME courses, over 2,000 scientific abstracts presented in multiple formats, seven Plenary sessions featuring leaders in neurology, access to program syllabi and slides, and over 200 hours of programming that includes live Q&As with presenters and abstract authors during scheduled session time slots.

 

 

Here are a few abstracts that will be presented at the meeting:

Influencing And Optimizing The Management Of Patients With MS Disability Accrual in Primary Progressive & Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

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Dual Tasking In Patients With MS

Identifying distinct cognitive phenotypes in multiple sclerosis

Disability Accrual in Primary Progressive & Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

Significant Discrepancy Found in General vs Neuroadiologists MRI Reporting of MS