Undifferentiated connective tissue disease presenting with prevalent interstitial lung disease: Case report and review of literature

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Undifferentiated connective tissue diseases (UCTDs) are clinical entities characterised by signs and symptoms suggestive of a systemic autoimmune disease, which do not fulfil the diagnostic criteria for a defined connective tissue disease. Lung involvement can complicate the course and management of the disease, often determining a worse outcome… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1746-1596-6-50

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@inproceedings{Lunardi2011UndifferentiatedCT, title={Undifferentiated connective tissue disease presenting with prevalent interstitial lung disease: Case report and review of literature}, author={Francesca Lunardi and Elisabetta Balestro and Beatrice Nordio and Franco Cozzi and Roberta Polverosi and Paolo Sfriso and Fausto S Braccioni and F. Calabrese}, booktitle={Diagnostic pathology}, year={2011} }