Damage of internal organs in RA and causes of mortality

Visceral lesions in RA, on the one hand, are evidence of the systemic nature of the disease, on the other hand, they testify to the severity of its course and cause lethal outcomes. In fact, visceral

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Visceral lesions in RA, on the one hand, are evidence of the systemic nature of the disease, on the other hand, they testify to the severity of its course and cause lethal outcomes. In fact, visceral

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Pulmonary manifestations of RA

Pulmonary manifestations of RA. Various types of lung pleura lesions in RA have been described. It even suggests the term “roar of the matoid lung.” The most important are the following pro-phenomena of pulmonary pathology. 1. Pleurisy effusion

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Pulmonary manifestations of RA. Various types of lung pleura lesions in RA have been described. It even suggests the term “roar of the matoid lung.” The most important are the following pro-phenomena of pulmonary pathology. 1. Pleurisy effusion

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Hematologic manifestations

Hematologic manifestations of RA. Anemia in RA is often observed and usually corresponds to the degree of activity of the pathological process. Most often, anemia is normal or hypochromic in nature. The origin of anemia is complex and

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Hematologic manifestations of RA. Anemia in RA is often observed and usually corresponds to the degree of activity of the pathological process. Most often, anemia is normal or hypochromic in nature. The origin of anemia is complex and

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Osteoarthrosis

Osteoarthrosis is the most common disease of the joints (about 70% of all joint pathology). Like atherosclerosis of vessels, osteoarthrosis develops with age as an indicator of degenerative processes — the locomotor system (in particular, cartilage).

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Osteoarthrosis is the most common disease of the joints (about 70% of all joint pathology). Like atherosclerosis of vessels, osteoarthrosis develops with age as an indicator of degenerative processes — the locomotor system (in particular, cartilage).

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Arthritis for diffuse connective tissue diseases

It should be borne in mind that chronic deforming polyarthritis in systemic lupus erythematosus develops in 20%, mainly in women. The most pronounced changes are observed in the joints of the bones. Externally, the brush resembles a

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It should be borne in mind that chronic deforming polyarthritis in systemic lupus erythematosus develops in 20%, mainly in women. The most pronounced changes are observed in the joints of the bones. Externally, the brush resembles a

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Arthritis of a specific etiology

Arthritis of a specific etiology often occurs under the mask of rheumatoid arthritis and leads to its overdiagnosis. One of the reasons for the erroneous diagnosis of “specific” arthritis is the fact that patients with

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Arthritis of a specific etiology often occurs under the mask of rheumatoid arthritis and leads to its overdiagnosis. One of the reasons for the erroneous diagnosis of “specific” arthritis is the fact that patients with

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Sjogren’s Syndrome

This syndrome is manifested by polyarthritis in combination with dry mucous membranes, nasopharynx, eyes, stomach and respiratory tract. Due to sclerosis of the lacrimal and salivary glands and dryness Conjunctivitis, keratitis, tracheitis, bronchitis develops in the

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This syndrome is manifested by polyarthritis in combination with dry mucous membranes, nasopharynx, eyes, stomach and respiratory tract. Due to sclerosis of the lacrimal and salivary glands and dryness Conjunctivitis, keratitis, tracheitis, bronchitis develops in the

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DIAGNOSTIC CRITERIA OF RA

However, in the diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis, great importance is attached to the inflammatory syndrome (according to clinical and laboratory data) with an increase in temperature, persistently increased ESR, dysproteinemia, etc.). The lack of association of

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However, in the diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis, great importance is attached to the inflammatory syndrome (according to clinical and laboratory data) with an increase in temperature, persistently increased ESR, dysproteinemia, etc.). The lack of association of

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Glucocorticoids

Glucocorticoids. This is a group of drugs with undoubtedly the most vivid and quickly manifested anti-inflammatory effect, and when using doses higher than 3-4 mg / kg and an immunosuppressive effect. Reducing the phospholipase activity of glucocorticoids

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Glucocorticoids. This is a group of drugs with undoubtedly the most vivid and quickly manifested anti-inflammatory effect, and when using doses higher than 3-4 mg / kg and an immunosuppressive effect. Reducing the phospholipase activity of glucocorticoids

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Treatment regimen for juvenile chronic arthritis in children

Mono and oligoarthritic acute and subacute variants. In the therapy of these forms, tactics of minimal therapy are used. Treatment should begin with the use of acetylsalicylic acid (50-70 mg / kg body weight per day); with good

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Mono and oligoarthritic acute and subacute variants. In the therapy of these forms, tactics of minimal therapy are used. Treatment should begin with the use of acetylsalicylic acid (50-70 mg / kg body weight per day); with good

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