Imaging of autoimmune encephalitis – Relevance for clinical practice and hippocampal function

@article{Heine2015ImagingOA,
  title={Imaging of autoimmune encephalitis – Relevance for clinical practice and hippocampal function},
  author={Josephine Heine and Harald Pr{\"u}ss and Thorsten Bartsch and Christoph J Ploner and Christian Finke},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2015},
  volume={309},
  pages={68-83}
}
The field of autoimmune encephalitides associated with antibodies targeting cell-surface antigens is rapidly expanding and new antibodies are discovered frequently. Typical clinical presentations include cognitive deficits, psychiatric symptoms, movement disorders and seizures and the majority of patients respond well to immunotherapy. Pathophysiological mechanisms and clinical features are increasingly recognized and indicate hippocampal dysfunction in most of these syndromes. Here, we review… CONTINUE READING
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