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Multiple systemic atrophy is a sporadic disease, with a prevalence of 4 per , 2. Typically symptoms begin between 40 and 60 years of age 2. Clinical presentation is variable, but typically presents in one of three patterns initially described as separate entities 1,2 :. In a consensus paper 6 MSA has been divided clinically into two forms according to the dominant non-autonomic symptoms:. Like other synucleinopathies, multiple systemic atrophy results from abnormalities of alpha-synuclein metabolism, resulting in intracellular deposition. Unlike Parkinson disease and Lewy body dementia two other synucleinopathies these intracellular deposits are found not only in neurons but also in oligodendroglia 2.

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Multiple systemic atrophy is a sporadic disease, with a prevalence of 4 per , 2. Typically symptoms begin between 40 and 60 years of age 2. Clinical presentation is variable, but typically presents in one of three patterns initially described as separate entities 1,2 :.

In a consensus paper 6 MSA has been divided clinically into two forms according to the dominant non-autonomic symptoms:. Like other synucleinopathies, multiple systemic atrophy results from abnormalities of alpha-synuclein metabolism, resulting in intracellular deposition.

Unlike Parkinson disease and Lewy body dementia two other synucleinopathies these intracellular deposits are found not only in neurons but also in oligodendroglia 2. Instead, a period- or oval-shaped uptake is seen within the caudate nucleus head without tracer uptake in the putamen.

Quantitative assessment reveals reduced uptake in the putamen compared to norms. Unfortunately, no effective treatment is currently available. The disease progresses relentlessly culminating in death usually within 10 years of diagnosis 2.

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