From the case: Lupus cerebritis

Extensive patchy ...
Extensive patchy and confluent areas of FLAIR hyperintensity with associated increased brain parenchymal volume, compatible with edema. There is involvement of the cortex and subcortical white matter of the cerebral hemispheres, cerebellum, and pons.
Modality: MRI (FLAIR)

- “ The patient was diagnosed with lupus cerebritis and lupus CNS vasculitis. She had a history of lupus and lupus nephritis, resulting in end-stage r...”

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