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      Fatigue in multiple sclerosis is related to disability, depression and quality of life.

      Journal of the Neurological Sciences

      Treatment Outcome, Adolescent, Questionnaires, Quality of Life, Neuropsychological Tests, psychology, drug therapy, complications, Multiple Sclerosis, Middle Aged, Male, therapeutic use, Immunosuppressive Agents, Humans, Female, etiology, Fatigue Syndrome, Chronic, Disease Progression, Disability Evaluation, physiopathology, Depressive Disorder, Aged, Adult

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          Fatigue in multiple sclerosis is a frequent and disabling symptom that can interfere in daily functioning. The aim of this study is to demonstrate the relationship between fatigue and disability, disease course, depression and quality of life. We administered French valid versions of the Fatigue Impact Scale (EMIF-SEP), the short form of the Beck depression inventory (13 items) and the SF-36 to 237 out of 312 patients with clinically definite multiple sclerosis with EDSS

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          10.1016/j.jns.2005.11.025

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