|Viernes, octubre 24, 2014

Genes y Artritis Reumatoidea, Conclusión  

La AR es una enfermedad frecuente, crónica y de curso variable. Las características epidemiológicas pueden ser diferentes en función del grupo étnico estudiado. La AR puede ser una enfermedad grave y costosa, por lo tanto, el estudio de los factores que influyen sobre su curso es importante no sólo para el médico, sino también para el paciente y para la sociedad. Los estudios hasta ahora adelantados sobre la enfermedad en Colombia son escasos y, en su mayoría, son descriptivos y reportados en resúmenes21. La investigación de los diferentes factores asociados a la susceptibilidad y gravedad de la AR en nuestro medio mejorará el conocimiento de la misma y permitirá un mejor manejo, dado que los pacientes con mayor riesgo de severidad podrán ser detectados con argumentos basados en estos estudios y tratados consecuentemente.

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