Registers of multiple sclerosis in Denmark

N Koch-Henriksen, M Magyari, B Laursen

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    Resumé

    There are two nationwide population-based registers for multiple sclerosis (MS) in Denmark. The oldest register is The Danish Multiple Sclerosis Registry (DMSR), which is an epidemiological register for estimation of prevalence and incidence of MS and survival, and for identifying exposures earlier in life that may affect the risk of MS. This register has no systematic follow-up data except for survival. The DMSR has over the years published nationwide incidence- and prevalence data from Denmark and has been involved in a number of 'historical prospective' studies to elucidate the association between a number of different environmental exposures in the past and the subsequent risk of MS. Some of these studies have been able to exonerate suspected risk factors. The other register, the nationwide Danish Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Register, is a follow-up register for all patients who have received disease-modifying treatments since 1996. It has, in particular, contributed to the knowledge of the role of antibodies against the biological drugs used for the treatment of MS.

    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TidsskriftActa Neurologica Scandinavica
    Vol/bind132
    Udgave nummer199
    Sider (fra-til)4-10
    Antal sider7
    ISSN0001-6314
    DOI
    StatusUdgivet - 2015

    Fingeraftryk

    Denmark
    Registries
    Incidence
    Environmental Exposure
    Prospective Studies
    Pharmaceutical Preparations

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    Koch-Henriksen, N ; Magyari, M ; Laursen, B. / Registers of multiple sclerosis in Denmark. I: Acta Neurologica Scandinavica. 2015 ; Bind 132, Nr. 199. s. 4-10.
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