Mixed connective tissue disease (sharp's syndrome) is a complex autoimmune pathology, in the course of progression where the body's immune system attacks itself. More common in women older than 35 years, in 70% of cases gives complications.
the Primary symptoms are joint pain, dense edema of the adjacent tissues, malaise, muscle inflammation. The disease provokes syndromes, and Raynaud's Sjogren's. Positively respond to conventional therapy because treatment prognosis more favorable than in other autoimmune pathologies.
Mixed connective tissue disease (sharp's syndrome) successfully treated with corticosteroids and modern. Selection of drugs is managed by the rheumatologist.
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