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Correlation of self-assessed fatigue and alertness in multiple sclerosis

Item Type:Article
Title:Correlation of self-assessed fatigue and alertness in multiple sclerosis
Creators Name:Weinges-Evers, N. and Brandt, A.U. and Bock, M. and Pfueller, C.F. and Doerr, J. and Bellmann-Strobl, J. and Scherer, P. and Urbanek, C. and Boers, C. and Ohlraun, S. and Zipp, F. and Paul, F.
Abstract:Fatigue is the most common symptom in multiple sclerosis patients, but is difficult to measure; quantification thus relies on self-assessed questionnaires.
Keywords:Analysis of Variance, Attention, Cognition, Cross-Sectional Studies, Disability Evaluation, Executive Function, Fatigue, Germany, Linear Models, Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis, Neuropsychological Tests, Predictive Value of Tests, Questionnaires, Self-Assessment, Severity of Illness Index, Visual Perception
Source:Multiple Sclerosis
ISSN:1352-4585
Publisher:Sage Publications (U.K.)
Volume:16
Number:9
Page Range:1134-1140
Date:September 2010
Official Publication:https://doi.org/10.1177/1352458510374202
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