A French study found that primary Sjogren’s syndrome patients with high disease activity or previous neurological involvement were more likely to have neurological symptoms than Sjogren’s patients without these factors. Central nervous system manifestations were found to be less common than peripheral nervous system involvement. “This is good news for patients,” said Alain Saraux, MD, University of Western Brittany in Brest, France. “The prevalence of central neurological manifestations is low, and new neurological manifestations are rare for patients with low disease activity and no prior neurological involvement.”

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