Neuroimaging evidence of white matter inflammation in newly diagnosed systemic lupus erythematosus.

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OBJECTIVE Central nervous system (CNS) involvement occurs frequently in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and frequently results in morbidity. The primary pathophysiology of CNS involvement in SLE is thought to be inflammation secondary to autoantibody-mediated vasculitis. Neuroimaging studies have shown hypometabolism (representing impending cell failure… (More)
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@article{Ramage2011NeuroimagingEO, title={Neuroimaging evidence of white matter inflammation in newly diagnosed systemic lupus erythematosus.}, author={A. E. Ramage and Peter T. Fox and Robin L. Brey and Shalini Narayana and Matthew D. Cykowski and Mohammad Naqibuddin and Margaret Sampedro and Stephen L Holliday and Crystal Franklin and Daniel J. Wallace and Michael H. Weisman and Michelle Petri}, journal={Arthritis and rheumatism}, year={2011}, volume={63 10}, pages={3048-57} }