Progression of multiple system atrophy (MSA): A prospective natural history study by the European MSA study group (EMSA SG)

Felix Geser, Gregor K. Wenning, Klaus Seppi, Michaela Stampfer-Kountchev, Christoph Scherfler, Martin Sawires, Carolin Frick, Jean Pierre Ndayisaba, Hanno Ulmer, Maria T. Pellecchia, Paolo Barone, Hee T. Kim, Juzar Hooker, Niall P. Quinn, Adriana Cardozo, Eduardo Tolosa, Michael Abele, Thomas Klockgether, Karen Østergaard, Erik DupontNicole Schimke, Karla M. Eggert, Wolfgang Oertel, Ruth Djaldetti, Werner Poewe, Richard Dodel, François Tison, Imad Ghorayeb, Pierre Pollak, Martin Kölensperger, Anja Diem, Günther Deuschl, Christine Daniels, Florian Kopper, Cristina Sampaio, Miguel Coelho, Joaquim Ferreira, Mário M. Rosa, Zvezdan Pirtosek, Andrew J. Lees, David J. Brooks, Clare Fowler, Tamas Revesz, Alexander Gerhard, Janice Holton, Anette Schrag, Nick Wood, Maria Bozi, Tomaso Scaravilli, Olle Lindvall, Håkan Widner, Christer F. Nilsson, Martin Grabowski, Andrea Krisp, Corsten Möller, Alberto Albanese, Francesca del Sorbo, Francesco Carella, Giuseppe Meco, Carlo Colosimo, Jose Berciano, Andres Gonzalez-Mandly, Nir Giladi, Tanya Gurevich, Olivier Rascol, Monique Galitzky, Fabienne Ory, Thomas Gasser, Christoph Kamm, K. Buerk, Sylvia Maass, Sten Magnus Aquilonius, Jonas Bergquist

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