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  1. Neuropsychiatric Manifestations of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences)
  2. The Value Of Escharotics: Medicines Which Will Destroy Any Living Or Fungus Growth In The Treatment Of Cancer, Lupus, Sarcoma by Perry Nichols, 2010-05-23
  3. Lupus: Living With It by Suzy Szasz, 1995-10
  4. My Adventure With Lupus: Living With a Chronic Illness by Robert L. Yocum, 1995-12
  5. Systematic Lupus Erythematosus: Clinical and Theoretical Aspects by J. L. Verbov, Robin S. Chapman, et all 1973-01
  6. Lupus (Perspectives on Diseases and Disorders)
  7. After The Rain: Overcoming DIABETES, LUPUS, ARTHRITIS, SARCOIDOSIS, PREDNISONE, OBESITY by David Dobson, 2009-12-18
  8. Ordo Lupus and the Temple Gate by Lazlo Ferran, 2010-08-13
  9. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, An Issue of Rheumatic Disease Clinics (The Clinics: Internal Medicine) by Ellen M. Ginzler MDMPH, 2010-03-31
  10. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Lupus Nephritis by James N. Parker, Icon Health Publications, 2002-07
  11. canis lupus signatus (Spanish Edition) by Ramón Pérez Serrano, 2009-03-26
  12. My Lupus by Arnold Ytreeide, 2009-04-28
  13. Discoid Lupus - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-09-20
  14. Lupus Causes, Symptoms, Signs, Diagnosis and Treatments by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, et all 2008-10-26

61. SLE
Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a chronic disease with many manifestations . SLE must be distinguished from discoid lupus erythematosus (DLE) which
Pathology of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
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General Features
Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a chronic disease with many manifestations. SLE is an autoimmune disease in which the body's own immune system is directed against the body's own tissues. The etiology of SLE is not known. It can occur at all ages, but is more common in young women. The production of autoantibodies leads to immune complex formation. The immune complex deposition in many tissues leads to the manifestations of the disease. Immune complexes can be deposited in glomeruli, skin, lungs, synovium, mesothelium, and other places. Many SLE patients develop renal complications.
Laboratory Testing
The presence of autoantibodies can usually be determined by the antinuclear antibody (ANA) test performed on patient serum from blood. The titer, or strength, of the ANA gives a rough indication of the severity of the disease. Not all positive ANA tests indicate autoimmune disease, particularly when the titer is low. After a positive screening ANA test, more specific tests for SLE include detection of autoantibodies to double stranded DNA and to Smith antigen.
  • Antinuclear antibody (ANA) test with homogenous pattern, Hep2 cell substrate, FITC immunofluorescence.
  • 62. Lupus-Travel Utazási Iroda
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    63. St. Thomas' Lupus Trust
    Offers information about the organization as well as the disease. Includes FAQs,the clinics, research, publications and journals, how you can help and
    Lupus Charity Ball

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    St. Thomas' Lupus Trust
    Welcome to the official website of the St. Thomas' Lupus Trust and Dr. Graham Hughes.
    This website contains information for medical professionals, patients and supporters. If you are unable to find the information you require, please feel free to contact us.

    64. Cor Pulmonale In Systemic Lupus Erythematosis
    Reports a case of SLE who presented with severe pulmonary hypertension and cor pulmonale without any evidence of parenchymal lung disease.

    65. HJD | Department Of Rheumatology
    The Department of Rheumatology at the Hospital for Joint Diseases is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of all patients with diseases of the joints such as Arthritis; bone diseases such as Osteoporosis; soft tissue diseases such as Tendonitis; and autoimmune diseases such lupus and Scleroderma.
    The Department of Rheumatology at the Hospital for Joint Diseases is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of all patients with diseases of the joints such as Arthritis ; bone diseases such as Osteoporosis ; soft tissue diseases such as Tendonitis ; and autoimmune diseases such Lupus and Scleroderma This is accomplished through a balance of education, research, and clinical care of patients with various rheumatic disorders.

    66. Lupus Erythematosus
    Links to articles, information, and resources for lupus erythematosus.
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    Lupus Erythematosus
    A chronic inflammatory autoimmune connective tissue disease. It is not rare.
    Recent Lupus Foundation of America Main site with information and links to local chapters. Dermatologic Image Database Photos of lupus, from the Dept. of Dermatology - University of Iowa College of Medicine. Discoid Lupus Erythematosus The definitive explanation, from the Merck Manual online. The Eye and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Sensitive to circulation problems, the eye can be affected by SLE. A technical, comprehensive article by W. Kevin Thomas, M.D.
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    67. Arctic Wolves
    Facts about the endangered status, habitat, range, and diet of this mammal. Includes photos.
    Arctic Wolves
    Got Pets Online - Lots of Arctic Wolf pictures, pet eCards, websites, classifieds, and more.
    Arctic Wolves - Introduction
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    Twofold Photos, Inc. Arctic wolves are the safest mammals on earth, largely because they live in the most inhospitable regions of the planet. They are concentrated in North America, mainly along its polar edge, and in Greenland, where few humans adventured throughout history. However, some species can be found in Wood Buffalo National Park, Canada. Arctic Wolves (Canis Lupus Arctos) are in many ways similar to their Grey cousins, which can be found almost all the way across the western hemisphere. Because Arctic wolves haven't dealt with humans as much as their gray counterparts have, they react in a specific way, should a human appear within their range. While most grey wolves seek safety either in attack or in flight, an Arctic wolf may simply stand still and stare. This can even contribute to establishing long-term contacts with animals and befriending them. A senior research scientist of the Biological Resources Division, managed to spend several summers in a company of Arctic Wolves. He even had his boots unlaced by one of them. Because of lack of access, there have been few opportunities for a careful study of this subspecies. Therefore, little is known about their history and evolution. But their kinship with gray species is evident, because Arctic Wolves retain great similarity with those.

    68. National Institute Of Arthritis And Musculoskeletal And Skin Diseases Home Page
    Bullet Hormone Replacement Not Associated with Severe lupus Flares More Bullet Several new fact sheets on bone diseases are available More

    Health Information

    Health Topics, Order Publications, Studies with Patients, Patient Research Registries, Outreach Programs, NIAMS Coalition Members
    Overview, Funding Opportunities, Grant Applications, All About Contracts, Clinical Research, Current Funded Research
    NIAMS Laboratories, Studies with Patients (Clinical Trials), Researcher Resources
    Highlights, Press Releases, Osteoarthritis Initiative, Upcoming Meetings, Reports About NIAMS
    En Español

    What's New NIAMS Celebrates the Bone and Joint Decade ! See the Surgeon General's Report on Bone Health Pediatric Rheumatology to Benefit From Training Grant More... Osteogenesis Imperfecta: A Guide for Nurses More... FMF and Beyond: The Fourth International Congress on Systemic Autoinflammatory Disease More... NIAMS Advisory Council Minutes (Feb. 2005 meeting) More... The NIAMS Changes its Policy for Acceptance and Competitive Renewal of Unsolicited Program Project Grant Applications . For information about this change in policy, please see the following announcement in the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts:

    69. Handout On Health: Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
    This booklet is for people who have systemic lupus erythematosus, Systemic lupuserythematosus (SLE) is the form of the disease that most people are
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    Publication Date September 1997
    Revised August 2003
    Handout on Health: Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Systemic Lupus Erythematosus This booklet is for people who have systemic lupus erythematosus, commonly called SLE or lupus, as well as for their family and friends and others who want to better understand the disease. The booklet describes the disease and its symptoms and contains information about diagnosis and treatment as well as current research efforts supported by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) and other components of the Department of Health and Human Services' National Institutes of Health (NIH). It also discusses issues such as health care, pregnancy, and quality of life for people with lupus. If you have further questions after reading this booklet, you may wish to discuss them with your doctor. Defining Lupus Lupus is one of many disorders of the immune system known as autoimmune diseases. In autoimmune diseases, the immune system turns against parts of the body it is designed to protect. This leads to inflammation and damage to various body tissues. Lupus can affect many parts of the body, including the joints, skin, kidneys, heart, lungs, blood vessels, and brain. Although people with the disease may have many different symptoms, some of the most common ones include extreme fatigue, painful or swollen joints (arthritis), unexplained fever, skin rashes, and kidney problems.

    70. Lupus
    lupus. Abbreviation Lup; Genitive Lupi; Translation The Wolf; Peoria AstronomicalSociety lupus Page Interactive star chart (Java applet)
    Position in the Sky
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    71. Faces Of Lupus
    See the faces of the real people affected by this illness.

    72. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
    A resource for families and physicians caring for children with systemic lupuserythematosus and other rheumatic diseases.
    Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
    This page is provided by Thomas J. A. Lehman MD Delivering the best care - with great care Dr. Lehman is the author of many textbook chapters and articles on the care of children and young adults with SLE. He practices in New York City Click here for more information about Dr. Lehman or the Hospital for Special Surgery. Unsure if you are getting the best care? Click here for information on a book I have written about childhood rheumatic disease which discusses lupus in much more detail
    What is systemic lupus erythematosus?
    Systemic lupus erythematosus SLE ) is a challenging 'autoimmune' whose wide variety of manifestations makes it a necessary part of the differential diagnosis for children and adolescents with many different presenting complaints. Nonspecific complaints of fatigue and malaise are the most common initial symptoms of SLE in children and adolescents. The typical 'butterfly' rash is present in less than one-third of affected children. Many pediatricians dismiss SLE from their differential diagnosis as 'uncommon in childhood', but positive tests for

    73. Life With Lupus
    Learn about the different types, causes, treatments, and living with this illness.
    KidsHealth Kids Kids' Health Problems
    Your body has its own system for fighting off sickness called the immune system , but sometimes this system doesn't work correctly. When this happens, a person may have an autoimmune (say: aw-toh-im- yoon ) disease. Lupus (say: loo -pus) is one of those diseases. A healthy immune system is like an army that can protect you against germs and illness. It makes antibodies (say: an -tye- bah -deez), which are special chemicals that fight off infections. But with a disease like lupus, the army gets confused and begins attacking the healthy cells in your body. It does this by making autoantibodies (say: aw -toh- an -tye- bah -deez), which are antibodies that attack the body's normal cells. People with lupus may not look sick, but they may feel run down, weak, or nauseated. Their joints may hurt and they may have swollen glands. There are three types of lupus: Systemic lupus erythematosus (say: sis- teh -mik loo -pus er-uh-thee-muh- toh -sus) is also called SLE and is the type that most people mean when they talk about lupus. It's the most serious form of lupus. SLE can affect the skin , joints, tendons, and other body organs like the brain heart lungs , and kidneys Discoid lupus (say: dis -koyd loo -pus) is a skin disease that causes a rash on the face, neck, scalp, and ears. It's a much rarer form of lupus than SLE. It doesn't affect other organs the way SLE can, but the rash can leave scars.

    74. Federación Española De Lupus- FELUPUS
    Todas las asociaciones de lupus de Espa±a. Foro, chat , noticias e informaci³n sobre lupus, nuevos tratamientos.
    F ederación E spañola De LUPUS: FELUPUS tlf: 952 25 08 26 Próximas Jornadas de Lupus en España - Pincha Aquí IV CONGRESO NACIONAL PARA PACIENTES DE LUPUS 13-14 de Mayo 2005 Oviedo !Contacta Con Nosotros¡ Enlaces sobre lupus Proyectos de FELUPUS Colabora Con Nosotros ... Día Mundial del Lupus- Congreso Internacional de Lupus en Nueva York (Nuevo Logo DML 2005) Últimas noticias¡¡ ¿Qué Relación tienes con el Lupus? Sólo hay que rellenarlo una vez y desaparecerá. Afectado Familiar/amigo Pareja Personal Sanitario Afectado de otra Enfermedad Ninguna Estadísticas de la web:

    75. Lupus In Dogs
    on his nose that may have been discoid lupus. Could this have been Discoid lupusis an immune mediated skin disease that is probably related to systemic
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    Lupus in Dogs
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    Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) possible
    ... Possible Lupus in Malamute also see Eyes also see Immune also see Skin
    Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) Question: Dear Dr. Mike, My dog is a German Shepherd, born June 3, 1998. My vet says his labs are suggestive of lupus. His ANA is 10,248. His platelet count is 62. His absolute polys are 10620. On protein electrophoresis, his total protein is 8.2, albumin is 2.3, Alpha 1 is 0.46, alpha 2 0.87, beta is 2.85, and

    76. Orphanet Lupus érythémateux Systémique Ou Disséminé
    de la maladie, traitement ainsi que des liens s©lectionn©s sur le sujet.......

    Maintained by consultant rheumatologist and featuring information and supportfor patients and those with variant and other autoimmune connective tissues
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    78. Lupus Resource Center -
    A guide to resources, including medical news, articles and information, message boards, books, directory of related sites. Also has sales of books.
    HOME VIDEOS RESOURCES NEWSLETTER ... SEARCH Search Site: Search Archives: ('','newWindow','height=118,width=258,top=230,left=250,scrollbars=0,resizable=no,status=0') Lupus Resource Center New Books on Lupus
    Find new book releases, featured titles, and reviews about books on Lupus at our Amazon affiliate bookstore, Dental Concerns and the Lupus Patient
    Lupus patients have specific dental problems due to the disease process itself and related medications. Find out how you can prevent a trip to the dentist, from Lupus Resources Online
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    79. Antiphospholipides, Syndrome Des
    Fiche d'information pratique sur le syndrome lupus anticoagulant familial, description d©taill©e de la maladie, autre(s) site(s) internet, type(s) de consultations adapt©es, registres/observatoires.
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    Antiphospholipides, syndrome des
    Accès direct aux détails Résumé
    Le syndrome des antiphosphoslipides (SAPL) se caractérise par une thrombose artérielle et/ou veineuse, des fausses couches répétées et la présence d'anticorps antiphospholipides (aPL), i.e. anticorps anti-cardiolipine (aCL), anticorps anti-bêta2GPI, anticoagulants de type lupique (LA). Ces aPL qui interagissent avec différentes protéines de coagulation, ainsi qu'avec des plaquettes ou des cellules endothéliales, pourraient jouer un rôle dans la pathogénie de la maladie. L'incidence de ce syndrome reste inconnue ; cependant, la prévalence serait basse dans la population générale (1-4,5%) et augmente avec l'âge. Les principales manifestations cliniques sont : la survenue d'une thrombose, une morbidité chez la femme enceinte, une thrombocytopénie, la présence de symptômes neurologiques, un livedo reticularis et une anémie hémolytique. Les aPL ont été décelés chez environ 1/3 des patients atteints de lupus systémique érythémateux. Un titre élevé d'aCL, la présence de LA et surtout d'anticorps anti-bêta2GPI sont des indicateurs précoces des manifestations cliniques du SAPL chez ces patients. La thrombose est traitée par la warfarine à haute dose [ International Normalized Ratio (INR) supérieur ou égal à 3]. Il est recommandé aux femmes enceintes atteintes du SAPL de prendre de l'aspirine à faible dose (80 mg/j) ainsi que de l'héparine non fractionnée sous-cutanée ou de l'héparine de faible poids moléculaire. *Auteur : Dr M. Tektonidou (mai 2004)*.

    80. - Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Foundation, the online home of the SLE lupus Foundation, provides informationon lupus diagnosis, treatment, and research as well as programs and support
    Young Professionals Party @ Hué
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    S.L.E. Lupus Foundation to Help New Yorkers “Get into the Loop” on Lupus Go Tour NYC’s major hospitals in all 5 boroughs to learn how lupus affects the body. Get the latest from lupus experts, information on support services + giveaways, refreshments and more!
    September Stops:
    Manhattan- Hospital for Joint Diseases
    Saturday, 9/17 9:30 AM – Noon Bronx- Jacobi Medical Center Thursday, 9/29 6 PM – 8:30 PM More The latest news in lupus drug development and research. More Six Additional New Investigator Grants Awarded to New York Area Scientists Go Foundation sends 33 New York-area families to Camp Sunshine More Find out more about the Foundation's Northern Manhattan and Bronx community-based multi-cultural programs.

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