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Table 1 Neurological complications of primary Sjögren’s syndrome

From: Peripheral and central nervous system involvement in a patient with primary Sjögren’s syndrome: a case report

Peripheral nervous system involvement Central nervous system involvement
Sensory neuronopathy Focal manifestations (for example, motor/sensory deficit)
Sensorimotor polyneuropathy Aseptic meningoencephalitis
Mononeuritis multiplex Myelopathy
Demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy Headache
Cranial nerve involvement Cognitive disorders
Autonomic neuropathy Mood disorders
Myasthenia gravis Seizure
  Pyramidal signs
  Brainstem signs
  Cerebellar syndrome
  Encephalopathy
  Spinal cord involvement
  Multiple sclerosis–like disease