Definition of disseminated sclerosis in English:

disseminated sclerosis

Line breaks: dis|sem¦in|ated scler|osis

noun

See sclerosis.
More example sentences
  • She manifests the euphoria that is characteristic in some patients with disseminated sclerosis.
  • A year ago it was reported that Roy, a victim of disseminated sclerosis, had won an award for his work thanks to a remarkable invention by an Ambleside engineer.
  • Some years ago doctors in the United States used to talk about multiple sclerosis whereas doctors in Britain used to talk about disseminated sclerosis.

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