Thank you for generously sharing so much information and knowledge on your website.
Regarding telemedicine consultations, these are typically available at most tertiary care centers that have an MS specialist. However, the physician needs to have a medical license in the state in which the patient resides. And of course, the physician will need to have access to the MRI images to review them. Otherwise, the patient will need to travel with the imaging studies to the state where the MS center is located.
Benjamin Osborne, MD
Director, Neuromyelitis Optica (NMO), Neuro-Ophthalmology Clinics and MS/Neuro-immunology Fellowship Director
Associate Director of the NIH/Georgetown Neurology Residency Program
Medstar Georgetown University Hospital
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