Inicio de la esclerosis múltiple familiar y esporádica en Argentina.
|Autores||J.I. Rojas, L. Patrucco, J. Miguez, V. Sinay, F. Pagani Cassara, F. Cáceres, N. Fernandez Liguori, M.L. Saladino, N. Deri, G. Jaacks, M. Parada Marcilla,|
M.I. Arrigoni, J. Correale, M. Fiol, M.C. Ysrraelit, A. Carrá, M.C. Curbelo, A. Martinez, J. Steinberg, S. Bestoso, J.P. Hryb, J.L. DiPace, M.B. Perassolo,
E. Carnero Contentti, A. Caride, P.A. Lopez, C. Martinez, E. Reich, E. Cristiano
|Journal||Mult Scler Relat Disord|
|Abstract||The present study was carried out to assess if there is an anticipation of age at onset in younger generations of familial multiple sclerosis (FMS) vs. sporadic MS (SMS) in Argentina. Methods: multicenter study that included patients from 14 MS Centers of Argentina. Patients were considered as FMS if they had in their family at least one relative of first or second degree diagnosed with MS; otherwise, patients were considered to have SMS. We compared the age at onset between familial and sporadic cases as well as the age at onset between relatives from different generations in FMS vs. SMS. Results: 1333 patients were included, 97 of them were FMS (7.3%). A lower age at onset in the younger generations of FMS cases was found compared with older generations of FMS as well as. SMS cases (24.1±3.7 years vs. 30.3±5.7 years, and 32.4±9.4 respectively; p<0.001). No differences were observed between older generations of FMS vs. SMS cases (p=0.12). Conclusion: we observed an anticipation of age at onset of MS in younger generations of patients with FMS vs. older generations of FMS and SMS.|
|Resumen||En el presente trabajo se evaluó el inicio de la Esclerosis Múltiple familiar y esporádica. Se detectó un fenómeno de anticipación en la segunda generación de pacientes si se lo compara con la primera generación de la presentación familiar y las formas esporádicas.|