THE RADIOLOGICALLY ISOLATED SYNDROME IS THE LAST LINK OF THE CHAIN FOR UNDERSTANDING THE ETIOLOGY OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS DISEASE

Cahit Canbay

Abstract


The increase in the dense and frequent use of the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) device has led to incidental identification of abnormalities in the central nervous system (CNS). In the past five years, significant discussions have been made on the development of the radiologicallyisolated syndrome (RIS) which is highly suggestive of multiple sclerosis (MS) disease.In the authors' previous researches, the dielectrophoretic force has been found as the essential cause of MS disease by using seven different ways. This study aims to prove that radiologicallyisolated syndrome is the major clue to approve the authors' hypothesis on the etiology of MS disease and is also the very last link of the chain.The specific absorption rate concept (SAR) and Clausius-Mossotti equation for the myelin basic proteins(MBP) in the white, gray matter and the cerebrospinal fluid has been used to explain the cause of RIS.The RIS occurs due to dielectrophoretic force controlled electromagnetic fields of MRI scanners. MS occurs due to dielectrophoretic force by uncontrolled or controlled electromagnetic fields of weak or higher artificial and natural electromagnetic field sources.The RIS is not a syndrome suggestive of MS. In other words, RIS is the accelerated form of MS.

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