How to deal with Behcet’s disease in daily practice

  title={How to deal with Behcet’s disease in daily practice},
  author={F. Davatchi and F. Shahram and C. Chams-Davatchi and H. Shams and A. Nadji and M. Akhlaghi and T. Faezi and Bahar Sadeghi Abdollahi},
  journal={International Journal of Rheumatic Diseases},
  • F. Davatchi, F. Shahram, +5 authors Bahar Sadeghi Abdollahi
  • Published 2010
  • Medicine
  • International Journal of Rheumatic Diseases
  • INTRODUCTION Behcet's Disease (BD) is classified as a vasculitis, and progresses via attacks and remissions. [...] Key ResultCLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS Mucous membrane manifestations were oral aphthosis seen in 98.1%, and genital aphthosis in 76.9% of patients. Skin manifestations were seen in 71.9% (pseudofolliculitis in 53.6% and erythema nodosum in 33.6%). Ocular manifestations were seen in 53.7% (anterior uveitis 38.8%, posterior uveitis 36.9%, retinal vasculitis 23.5%).Expand Abstract
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