serositis


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se·ro·si·tis

 (sîr′ō-sī′tĭs)
n.
Inflammation of a serous membrane.
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se·ro·si·tis

n. serositis, infl. de una membrana serosa, signo importante en enfermedades del tejido conjuntivo tal como el lupus sistémico eritematoso.
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These 11 criteria include butterfly rash, discoid lupus, photosensitivity, arthralgias, renal involvement, oral ulcers, serositis, hematological involvement, neurological involvement, immunological phenomena with positive anti-dsDNA antibody or anti-smith antibodies and positive ANA.
They share common clinical manifestations, including daily spiking fever, typical transient cutaneous rash, arthritis, lymphadenopathy, hepatosplenomegaly and serositis.
Central nervous system involvement, Sjogren syndrome, serositis and renal involvement have been observed to be significantly more common among subjects with SLE and BTM.
24] The following information were collected: age at onset of JIA, duration of disease, number and localization of joint with active arthritis (joint with active arthritis is a joint with swelling not due to bony enlargement or, if no swelling is present, limitation of motion accompanied by either pain on motion and/or tenderness (The American College of Rheumatology definition), extra-articular clinical manifestations of JIA (enthesitis, acute uveitis, intermittent fever that lasts two or more weeks, transient erythematous rash, serositis, splenomegaly and generalized lymphadenopathy), erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), C-reactive protein (CRP), leukocyte, hemoglobin, and thrombocyte counts.
Sterile or septic egg yolk serositis in layer hens (Fig 6) may lead to poor radiographic visualization of the air sac walls or, potentially, to asymmetry or hyperinflation of the air sacs.
These diseases are characterized through clinical findings including excessive inflammasome activation, recurrent fever episodes, eruption, urticarial rash, serositis, lymphadenopathy, and arthritis, which occur as a result of disorders of the innate immune system.
Discoid lesions, serositis and neurologic features were the least frequently seen symptoms.
cSLE has more fever, mucocutaneous and renal disorders as initial symptoms and has less arthritis and serositis as cumulative symptoms than that of aSLE patients.
Los hallazgos quirurgicos en su mayoria corresponden a lesiones de tipo masa/fibrosis, estenosis de la luz, adherencias, cambios en la coloracion de la serosa, serositis fibrinopurulenta e intususcepcion.
Rhupus syndrome is generally diagnosed based on complaints such as chronic symmetric polyarthritis, butterfly-like rash, alopecia, mucosal involvement, serositis, myositis, and hematologic findings of SLE (4).
12] Familial Mediterranean fever is a multi-system disease characterized by recurrent and self-limiting attacks of fever and serositis.