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Sequence of formation of multiple sclerosis plagues:

1: Axonal denaudation .

2: oligodendrocytes depletion.

3: lipid layden macrophages.

4: fibrillary astrocytosis( reactive gliosis).

5: lymphocytes and monocytes infilteration.

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