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cl:0-autoimmune-encephalitis:hashimotos [August 2019]
PsychDB.com [Investigations]
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 The clinical presentation of HE can include seizures, myoclonus, hallucinations,​ and stroke-like episodes with normal or non-specific CSF and brain MRI abnormalities. The clinical presentation of HE can include seizures, myoclonus, hallucinations,​ and stroke-like episodes with normal or non-specific CSF and brain MRI abnormalities.
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 +Hashimoto’s encephalopathy should be diagnosed only when a thorough clinical assessment has been performed, including comprehensive testing for well characterized neuronal antibodies, and ruling out other potential causes of encephalopathy or encephalitis. In essence, it should be a diagnosis of exclusion.</​callout>​
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