Clinical Features of Neuropsychiatric Lupus

Clinical Features of Neuropsychiatric Lupus and Their Prevalence

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  • Acute confusional state (4%–7%)
    • • Coma
  • Stroke syndromes (5%–18%)
  • Cognitive dysfunction
    • • Severe (dementia) (3%–5%)
  • Seizures (7%–20%)
  • Psychiatric disease
    • • Psychosis (2%–11%)
    • • Depression/anxiety
  • Movement disorders (<1%–2%)
    • • Chorea
    • • Ataxia, hemiballismus, others
  • Intractable headache
    • • Pseudotumor cerebri (<1%)
  • Demyelinating syndromes (<1%)
  • Aseptic meningitis (<1%)
  • Transverse myelopathy (1%–2%)
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