Iryna Chyzheuskaya

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Introduction The problem of juvenile scleroderma (JS) is determined by a variety of clinical manifestations, tendency to early generalized process with the development of peripheral and visceral lesions. In the last decade various forms JS associated with Borrelia infection, as evidenced by the discovery of a skin biopsy patients spirochete Borrelia(More)
Results 20 patients with JIA had an articular form, 11 children had an systemic form. 2 patients had diffuse form of systemic sclerosis (SS). 6 patients had a limited form of SS. 8 children had scleroderma. 8 children with JS, 13 children with JIA and all children with SLE had fever, weakness, weight loss at the onset of the disease. 3 children with JS, 12(More)
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