Pre-Test - Pediatric MS
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In a child who presents with an acute demyelinating syndrome, which of the following features is more consistent with a diagnosis of relapsing MS than with a monophasic illness?
Presence of anti-MOG (myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein) antibodies
Absence of fever
At least 1 brain lesion on MRI
Normal serum vitamin D level
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