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Table: Themes Concerning Symptoms of Patients with Behcet's Disease and Their Symptom Managements.
Anti-cytokine biologic treatment beyond anti-TNF in BehCet's disease.
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction due to Behcet's disease.
In this retrospective clinicopathological study we collected and analyzed our Clinical and laboratory data for patients with Behcet's disease at Princess Eman Center for Research and Laboratory Science, King Hussein Medical Center (KHMC)/ Royal Medical Services.
Boyvat, "Evaluation of clinical findings according to sex in 2313 Turkish patients with Behcet's disease," International Journal of Dermatology, vol.
Severe inflammation and the presence of hypopyon is highly suggestive of diseases associated with HLA-B27 and Behcet's disease, although diabetes is an important cause of severe anterior segment disease in the middle-aged group.
In four patients of Behcet's disease who presented with headache, one had small high signal lesions in brainstem, temporal lobe and insular cortex, one subacute infarcts in corona radiata/insular cortex and two had normal MRI brain.
On the basis of these similarities, HSS has been described by some authors as a variant of BD, often designating different names to it such as "cardiovascular manifestation of Behcet's disease," "incomplete Behcet's disease," and "a rare case of Behcet's disease.
As there were no other features suggesting Behcet's disease, a diagnosis of Hughes-Stovin syndrome was considered.
Behcet's disease (BD) was named in 1937 after the Turkish dermatologist Hulusi Behcet, who first described the triple-symptom complex of recurrent oral aphthous ulcers, genital ulcers, and uveitis.
New insights into the pathogenesis of Behcet's disease.
Behcet's disease is a multisystemic, vasculitic, chronic disorder characterized by recurrent oral aftous lesions, iridocyclitis with hypopyon and genital ulcers.
1) However, the presence of 2 main symptoms of Behcet's disease, namely the oral ulcers and skin lesions, and additional symptoms of arthritis and arthralgia along with vascular lesions, fulfilled the criteria for an incomplete type of Behcet's disease.
One male patient was diagnosed to have Behcet's disease.
The patient was on colchicine due to Behcet's disease for 12 years.