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Functional Assessment Multiple Sclerosis

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A disease-specific self-report questionnaire that investigates six primary aspects of quality of life in patients with multiple sclerosis: mobility, symptoms, emotional well-being, general contentment, thinking/fatigue, and family/social well-being. Five of the six subcategories (mobility, symptoms, emotional well-being, general contentment, and family/social well-being) comprise seven items (score range: 0–28); the subcategory thinking/fatigue comprises nine items (score range: 0–36).

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  • V. R., & Preedy, R. R., (Eds.). Watson, (2010). Handbook of disease burdens and quality of life measures (Vol. 6., p. 4211). New York: Springer.

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Preedy, V.R. (2011). Functional Assessment Multiple Sclerosis. In: Kreutzer, J.S., DeLuca, J., Caplan, B. (eds) Encyclopedia of Clinical Neuropsychology. Springer, New York, NY. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-79948-3_1809

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