Neuroimmunological disorders

A variety of neurological symptoms, diseases and disorders can be traced back to chronic immune deficiencies similar to rheumatism. Likewise, numerous rheumatologic diseases, especially in long processes and chronification, are connected with neurological symptoms (e.g., the so-called polyneuropathies). Corresponding connections often require long-term diagnostic methods. In this way, a targeted, individually coordinated treatment can be initiated.

The most well-known and common disease is:

  • Multiple sclerosis

In the following rheumatologic diseases neurological disorders occur increasingly:

  • Sarcoidosis (M. Boeck)
  • Lupus erythematosus