Author(s): Virginia L Naples and Bruce Rothschild*
Availability of new has afforded rheumatologists the
opportunity to investigate molecular pathophysiology
of joint disease techniques [1,2]. Attempts to relate DNA
polymorphisms to disease activity or addresses one aspect
susceptibility [3-5]. ...
Author(s): Samuel Katsuyuki Shinjo* and Fernando Henrique Carlos de Souza
Eosinophilic fasciitis is a rare connective tissue disease characterized by symmetrical and painful swelling with a progressive induration and thickening of the skin and soft tissues. Its etiology is unknown, but possible causes or associated conditions include drugs, physical exercises, autoimmune diseases, neoplasia and infections.