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Affected with lupus nephritis, continuous fever, seizure, kept under ventilation. Possible treatment?

My sister got admitted for kidney problem so they found that she effected with lupus nephritis now she s fine but again after a month she got admitted for days continous fever n 5th day she got continous seizere so now she s under ventilation and also they are taking csf test plz advise immediately that will br great N thankful many thx anu 0000_india
Asked On : Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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seizures in patient with SLE could be caused by inflammation of blood vessels of brain called lupus vasculitis or brain infection as a result of reduced resistance due to disease or its immunosuppressive treatment.
CSF examination, CT or MRI brain and some blood tests for disease activity of SLE will settle this issue and decide further treatment.
if these tests are done then the team of yourdoctors should be able to tell you about possible outcomes.
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