Ever wondered what causes some people to get autoimmune conditions? Our latest video with Dr. Price covers some theories and triggers, including the multi-hit hypothesis.
Thanks to SRUK for the video.
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Patients with two rare subtypes of systemic sclerosis (SSc) — based on the presence of specific antibodies and the extent of skin involvement — have mild disease courses and specific clinical features, symptoms, and outcomes, a study shows.
People with systemic scleroderma (SSc) who have certain autoantibodies are at increased risk of developing pulmonary hypertension, or high pressure in the blood vessels of the lungs, according to a study in the U.S.
Ever wondered why your eyes feel so dry? Dr. Elizabeth Price (UK) goes over the mechanics of how eyes are lubricated, and what you can do to help them stay hydrated.
Can you imagine how it would impact life with SSc if we had a way to accurately predict whether or not Raynaud's was a warning sign for the condition?
New research suggests that using the VEDOSS criteria could do just that - allowing for earlier diagnosis and potentially even the use of stratified medicine down the line.
Join us on Saturday 25 June 2022 for our Annual Scleroderma Seminar.
An interesting perspective of being a middle child and feeling "different" until she was formally diagnosed with systemic scleroderma in 2001 at the age of 19. Read how her journey turned her siblings from feeling like "enemies" to now being her best supporters.
According to best practice, people with arthritis should engage in land-based strength exercises at least twice a week.
Local injection with botulinum toxin A (BTX-A) safely and effectively reduces Raynaud’s phenomenon (RP) and nailfold small blood vessel, or capillary, abnormalities in women with scleroderma, according to data from a small study in China. Treatment also led to significant improvements in upper limb function in women with limited scleroderma, but not in those with diffuse disease...
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