Is there specific neurological disorders of primary Sjögren's syndrome?

Abstract : Neurological manifestations of primary Sjögren's syndrome are multiple and appear frequently. Depending on data analysis, patient recruitment, and diagnosis criteria used to defined primary Sjögren's syndrome or neurological manifestations, the estimated prevalence is between 0 and 70%. Peripheral neurological complications seem the most common, particularly sensory-motors axonal neuropathies. Neuronopathy seems to be the most specific neurological complication of primary Sjögren's syndrome. Central manifestations of primary Sjögren's syndrome are not uncommon, but the neurological complication's spectrum is not well defined. Neuromyelitis optica is regularly found among central complications. To conclude, although central and peripheral complications of primary Sjögren's syndrome are difficult to assess, partly because of the wide spectrum of possible manifestations, it is around 20%. Neuronopathy is still the most specific complication.
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Joint Bone Spine, Elsevier Masson, 2015, 82 (2), pp.86-9
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Guillermo Carvajal Alegria, Dewi Guellec, Valérie Devauchelle-Pensec, Alain Saraux. Is there specific neurological disorders of primary Sjögren's syndrome?. Joint Bone Spine, Elsevier Masson, 2015, 82 (2), pp.86-9. 〈hal-01256074〉

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