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date: 28 September 2021

III.1. Which of the following statements regarding multiple sclerosis (MS) pathology is true?

a. Lesions are rarely small, circumscribed, or ovoid

b. Lesions typically show predominant T-cell infiltration with macrophages and microglia

c. Cortical demyelination is uncommon

d. Because MS lesions are in the central nervous system, they do not demonstrate remyelination...

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