About Neurostatus and EDSS
Purpose of Neurostatus e-Test
Purpose of Neurostatus Training
Structure of EDSS
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Independent Platform for training and certification of physicians participating in projects that use a standardised, quantified neurological examination and assessment of Kurtzkes Functional Systems and the Expanded Disability Status Scale in Multiple Sclerosis