Elevated oxidative stress markers and its relationship with endothelial dysfunction in BehCet disease
Additionally, the report provides an overview of key players involved in therapeutic development for Behcet Disease
and features dormant and discontinued projects.
Trabeculectomy with mitomycin-C in uveitic glaucoma associated with Behcet disease
Iran is also among the geographical regions with incidence of Behcet Disease
is a multisystem vascular inflammatory disease of unknown origin.
Although infection remains an important differential in our diagnosis of patients complaining of oral and genital ulceration with ocular involvement, with studies showing an increase in the streptococcal flora in this cohort of patients, current evidence has shown that the underlying pathogenesis of Behcet disease
is complex and it is likely that an environmental stimulus triggers an abnormal immune response in a genetically susceptible host .
Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the erectile dysfunction (ED) in patients who have been followed up and treated with the diagnosis of Behcet disease
Key words: Behcet disease
, iatrogenic Kaposi sarcoma
Evereklioglu C: Current concepts in the etiology and treatment of Behcet disease
Samples were taken from 84 Japanese MS patients 14-68 years of age (mean age, 40 years), 55 patients 18-64 years of age (mean age, 45 years) with other neurological diseases (12 with chronic cerebrovascular disease, 14 with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, 12 with Parkinson disease, 5 with polyneuropathy, 4 with Behcet disease
, 5 with meningitis, and 3 with Guillam-Barre syndrome), and 45 patients 19-67 years of age (mean age, 43 years) with nonneurological diseases.
Ulcerations in a neonate can be due to a number of causes other than NLE, including Behcet disease
, hemangiomas, herpes virus infection, leishmaniasis, and Langerhans cell histiocytosis.
Neurological findings of Behcet disease
have been classified in great detail.