- •Meningitis can be a complication of Sjögren's syndrome.
- •Meningitis can be presented as leptomeningitis or pachymeningitis in Sjögren's syndrome.
- •Sjögren's syndrome should be considered in the differential diagnosis of meningeal enhancement.
- •FLAIR sequence can be more sensitive than T1-weighted imaging to detect meningeal gadolinium-enhancement.
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