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Master Thesis

Accompagnement des patient(e)s atteint(e)s de sclérose en plaques à l’officine

Abstract : Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic neurodegenerative disease, inflammatory and demyelinating, affecting the central nervous system. MS is the leading cause of non-traumatic handicap among young adults. The underlying cause of MS is not clear, however, genetic and environmental factors have been identified. We know that the immune system is involved in the mechanisms of demyelination. The disease occurs through varying symptoms depending on the affected regions of the central nervous system, which can negatively influence patient’s physical (impaired balance, muscle spasticity…) and mental abilities (cognitive impairment, anxiety, depression …). While there is no cure for MS, recent studies have considerably broadened the therapeutic arsenal, notably background treatments, a certain number of which are readily available in pharmacies. This thesis is an assessment of the state-of-the-art concerning MS, its symptoms and associated treatments in order to define the scope of possibilities at the officinal level in the hopes of improving care and management of MS patients.
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Antoine Jegou. Accompagnement des patient(e)s atteint(e)s de sclérose en plaques à l’officine. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2021. ⟨dumas-03617591⟩

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