Presentations Research

Autoimmunity in psychotic disorders. Where we stand, challenges and opportunities

Take home message

  • To date, pathogenic autoantibodies targeting neuronal surface antigens are very rare in psychotic disorders without any form of neurological manifestation.
  • Awareness from psychiatrist of the existence of symptoms which overlap between autoimmune encephalitis and psychotic disorders is essential to prompt early diagnosis and intervention for cases with an atypical disease course.

An update on anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis for neurologists and psychiatrists: mechanisms and models

The Psychopathology of NMDAR-antibody encephalitis in adults: a systematic review and phenotypic analysis of individual patient data

Neuropsychiatric symptoms in autoimmune encephalopathies: a clinician’s guide

Psychotic and Non Psychotic Mood Disorders In Autoimmune Encephalitis: Diagnostic Issues and Research Implications

Autoantibodies to central nervous system neuronal surface antigens: psychiatric symptoms and psychopharmacological implications

Autoimmune encephalitis in psychiatric institutions: current perspectives

Autoimmune encephalitis with psychosis: Warning signs, step-by-step diagnostics and treatment

Antibody Mediated Psychosis

Neuropsychological And Psychopathological Profile Of Anti-Nmdar Encephalitis: A Possible Pathophysiological Model For Pediatric Neuropsychiatric Disorders

Dynamic disorganization of synaptic NMDA receptors triggered by autoantibodies from psychotic patients

Anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis presenting as postpartum psychosis—a clinical description and review

Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis: Diagnostic Issues for Psychiatrists

Autoimmune Encephalitis: Not Rare and Increasing

Anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis: An emerging differential diagnosis in the psychiatric community

Psychiatric manifestations of anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis: neurobiological underpinnings and differential diagnostic implications

Ethical Implications of the Mild Encephalitis Hypothesis of Schizophrenia

Recognizing anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis psychosis on the psych ward

Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis: A Need for Increased Awareness Among Psychiatrists

Autoimmune encephalitis masquerading as psychosis: Diagnostic and therapeutic challenge

A transdiagnostic pattern of psychiatric symptoms in autoimmune encephalitis

Red Flags: Clinical Signs for Identifying Autoimmune Encephalitis in Psychiatric Patients

Evaluation and Management of Autoimmune Encephalitis: A Clinical Overview for the Practicing Child Psychiatrist

The prevalence and treatment outcomes of antineuronal antibody-positive patients admitted with first episode of psychosis


Autoimmune Encephalitis in Postpartum Psychosis

Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approach to Autoimmune Neurologic Disorders

Abnormal brain metabolism on FDG-PET/CT is a common early finding in autoimmune encephalitis

The Clinical Challenge of Autoimmune Psychosis: Learning from Anti-NMDA Receptor Autoantibodies

Cell- and Single Molecule-Based Methods to Detect Anti-NMDAr Abs in Patient w/ psychosis

Anti-N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor Encephalitis: A New Challenging Entity for Consultation-Liaison Psychiatrist

In the Clinic-Autoimmune Encephalitis: Persistent Cognitive, Neuropsychological Deficits After Anti-NMDAR Encephalitis Require Therapy, Study Suggests

First-episode psychosis in a 15 year-old female with clinical presentation of anti-NMDAr

Chronic schizophrenia later diagnosed with anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis: Case report and review of the literature

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