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Brief psychotic disorder in patients with systemic lupus eritematosus

Şakir Özen, Ömer Özbulut, Yasin Sarı, Abdurrahman Işıkakdoğan, Yavuz Yücel, Fırat Başak.

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) is a chronic and multisystem-
involved autoimmune disease. The etiology of SLE still remains
unclear. Central nervous system involvement is a common
and an important complication of SLE. Neuropsychiatric
manifestations consist of the symptoms which are directly related
to the vascular lesions and also cognitive and affective disorders.
In this report, two cases of SLE with symptoms of brief
psychotic disorder were presented and discussed under literature.

Key words: systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), brief psychotic disorder

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