Calcinosis cutis distrófica en enfermedades autoinmunitarias del tejido conjuntivo

Autores/as

  • Agustina Goglia División Dermatología, Hospital General de Agudos José María Ramos Mejía, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Gabriela Bendjuia División Dermatología, Hospital General de Agudos José María Ramos Mejía, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Palabras clave:

calcinosis cutis, calcificación distrófica, enfermedades autoinmunitarias del tejido conjuntivo

Resumen

La calcinosis cutis distrófica puede ser una manifestación de múltiples enfermedades autoinmunitarias del tejido conjuntivo y causar desde un trastorno estético hasta una severa morbilidad. El estudio de la fisiopatogenia, donde se destaca el papel de la inflamación crónica, permite un abordaje terapéutico diverso y combinado para lograr mejores resultados y alienta el uso precoz e intensivo de antiinflamatorios.

Biografía del autor/a

Agustina Goglia, División Dermatología, Hospital General de Agudos José María Ramos Mejía, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Médica Dermatóloga, Hospital Ramos Mejía

Gabriela Bendjuia, División Dermatología, Hospital General de Agudos José María Ramos Mejía, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Médica de Planta, Sector Colagenopatías, Hospital Ramos Mejía

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2020-09-30

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