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Seizures are one of the most common neurological lupus symptoms – affecting about 10% of those living with SLE. What are the causes of seizures with lupus, and how are they diagnosed and treated? Read on to find out! . Introduction More About Seizures Lupus and Seizures Diagnosing and Treating Lupus Seizures In Conclusion ….
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There are estimates that up to 70% of those with SLE report problems with hearing and/or feeling dizzy. If that statistic perks up your ears, keep reading! Introduction to Lupus and Disorders of the Ear A Quick Anatomy of Hearing and Balance How can lupus cause ear and hearing disorders? How to Protect Hearing and…
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Though relatively rare in general – possibly affecting as few as one individual in a million – vasculitis can pose health risks in individuals with SLE where it reportedly affects between 11% and 36% of those with lupus. Introduction What causes vasculitis? Antibody Activity in Vasculitis What are the symptoms of vasculitis? How is…