The study included 7 patients who were with clinically, laboratory, neurophysiologically and neuroradiologically confirmed associated occurrence of posttraumatic stress disorder of chronic course and disseminated demyelinating disease of the central nervous system. All the examinees were extendedly exposed to war stress, so it could be directly designated as the cause of posttraumatic stress syndrome and indirectly denoted as the trigger of immune disorder that brought to disseminated demyelination of the central nervous system.
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