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CASE STUDY ON SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOUS WITH COMPLICATIONS

Shrikrushna Chandrakant Borle* and Rohini Prabhakar Chavan

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Systemic lupus erythematosus is an autoimmune disease in which organ and cells undergo damage initially mediated by tissue-binding autoantibodies and immune complexes. Etiology of SLE is still unknown. Each patient presents with different sign and symptom or cause of SLE disease. A 27 yr old female patient was admitted in medicine ward at district general hospital, Amravati. This report refers to a patient presented with disorganized behavior, lack of restraint, difficulty in walking, edema on both feet and general weakness. Laboratory investigation showed her to be anemic, kidney function test showed a mild increase in serum blood urea level, liver function tests reports was normal and ultrasonography of abdomen and pelvis was normal. We report a case on SLE with CNS flare with iron deficiency anemia with lupus nephritis, effectively treated with corticosteroid and antipsychotics. A specification in laboratory tests should be there. Corticosteroid and other agent' is use with their monitoring of adverse events. Regular laboratory test performs for rule out prognosis of a disease.

Keywords: Systemic Lupus Erythematous, Corticosteroids, CNS flare, Anemia, Psychosis, Lupus Nephritis.


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