Postavení biologické léčby v terapii ankylozující spondylitidy

Supplementum: 1 / 2010 (Obsah)
Rubrika: Farmakoterapeutické postupy
Obor: Revmatologie
Autoři: Doc. MUDr. Ladislav Šenolt, Ph.D.
Autoři - působiště: Revmatologický ústav, Klinika revmatologie 1. LF UK, Praha
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Ankylozující spondylitida (AS) je nejčastějším onemocněním ze skupiny spondylartritid (obrázek 1) – chorob, jež jsou typicky asociovány s antigenem HLA-B27. Prevalence AS se pohybuje od 0,5 % do 1 %. Jedná se o chronické zánětlivé onemocnění projevující se „zánětlivou“ bolestí bederní páteře a hýžďové krajiny. Odlišení od jiných příčin vertebrogenních obtíží může být někdy zejména pro lékaře první linie obtížné. To je jednou z příčin opožděné diagnózy AS, která bývá stanovována přibližně za 6–9 roků od prvních příznaků nemoci.1,2

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