Рекомендации по ведению пациентов с аксиальным спондилоартритом


https://doi.org/10.29235/1814-6023-2019-16-1-117-128

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Аннотация

Спондилоартриты представляют собой группу заболеваний, характеризующихся первично хроническим, прогрессирующим воспалительным процессом с поражением осевого скелета (позвоночника и крестцовоподвздошных сочленений) и периферических суставов, имеющих некоторые общие этиопатогенетические и клинические признаки. Современная концепция спондилоартритов предусматривает выделение преимущественно аксиального и преимущественно периферического вариантов заболевания. Проблема спондилоартритов находится в центре внимания медицинской общественности. Изучению аспектов возникновения и развития заболевания, терапии и профилактики прогрессирования болезни посвящены научные исследования ведущих ревматологических центров. Значительный прогресс достигнут в лечении спондилоартритов. В статье изложены современные рекомендации по ведению пациентов с аксиальным спондилоартритом.


Об авторе

Е. В. Кундер
Белорусская медицинская академия последипломного образования
Беларусь

Кундер Елена Владимировна – доктор медицинских наук, профессор

ул. П. Бровки, 3/3, 220013, г. Минск



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For citation: Kundzer A.V. Recommendations on the management of patients with axial spondyloarthritis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Medical series. 2019;16(1):117-128. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.29235/1814-6023-2019-16-1-117-128

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