Artritis reumatoide, diagnóstico, evolución y tratamiento

Wendy Estefanía Armas Rodríguez, Gema Adriana Alarcón Medina, Fernando Daniel Ocampo Dávila, Claudia Maritza Arteaga, Priscila Alexandra Arteaga Paredes

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La artritis reumatoide es la enfermedad inflamatoria más común en adultos con una alta prevalencia en la población general, invocando para su diagnóstico la presencia de al menos cuatro criterios de los orientados por el Colegio Americano de Reumatología, teniendo un papel protagónico en los últimos años la presencia de anticuerpos anti proteína citrulinada, así como los estudios de imágenes, que ayudan al diagnóstico de la artritis reumatoide  temprana en el curso de los dos primeros años de evolución y sus orientaciones terapéuticas adecuadas, aspecto fundamental en la actualidad para evitar las lesiones erosivas irreversibles, que resultan en un marcado compromiso de la calidad de vida de los pacientes que la sufren, elementos que revisamos en este artículo de opinión.

Palabras clave

artritis reumatoide; anticuerpos anti proteína citrulinada; artritis reumatoide temprana; criterios diagnósticos.

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