Systemic autoimmune connective-tissue and rheumatic diseases: which are they?
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: SLE
It is a chronic autoimmune disease of unknown etiology, mainly affecting young women. Its incidence is about 30 cases/million/year. It is a disease that can involve all organs and systems as a result of a systemic accumulation of immune complexes and complement. SLE can also be induced by the use of medications. In SLE, numerous antibodies are formed against: double and single-helix DNA, Sm, Histones, phospholipids, U1RNP, SSA, SSB, ribosomes, centromere and, additionally, there are rheumatoid factors.
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