- •We describe a case of relapsing tumefactive demyelinating disease with long follow-up.
- •We emphasize that relapsing tumefactive demyelinating lesions can occur without other signs of multiple sclerosis.
- •This is an aggressive condition that can be unresponsive to immunotherapy.
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Published online: March 30, 2015
Accepted: March 24, 2015
Received in revised form: March 2, 2015
Received: January 28, 2015
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