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Campus-karok: ÁOK Topic The aim of the course is to provide deeper insight into the immune pathogenesis of systemic autoimmune diseases and to better understand the nature of active inflammatory processes during the course of the disease.
The obligatory Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology course cannot provide enough time for this purpose. The ideal participants of this course are those who are interested in internal medicine and immunology, and who would like to deal with various aspects of systemic autoimmune diseases and immunodeficiency syndromes.
A clinical practitioner encounters such illnesses more often then he thinks, so it is important to clarify the clinical background of these conditions. Lectures 1. Autoimmunity: general characteristics.
Czirják László István 2. Immuncomplex mediated systemic autoimmune diseases. Immuno-pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosus immun pathogenesis.
Czirják László István 3. Antiphospholipid syndrome.
Immunological characteristics. Minier Tünde 4. Pathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis. Kumánovics Gábor 5.
Idiopathic inflammatory myopathies. Classification and immunological characteristics of the different subsets. Sarlós Gézáné Dr. Varjú Cecilia 6.
Disorders evolving fibrosis. Systemic sclerosis. Czirják László István 7. Immunological characteristics of primary and secondary vasculitides.
Giant cell arteritis, ANCA associated vasculitis. Czirják László István 8. Autoinflammatory syndromes.
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Minier Tünde 9. Measurement of disease activity and damage. Immunological changes during the disease course systemic autoimmune rheumatoid arthritis systemic autoimmune diseases.
Varjú Cecilia Spondylarthritides and psoriatic arthritis.
Horváth Gábor I Rare immune-mediated disorders. Common variable immunodeficiency disease CVID.
Rheumatoid Arthritis Pathophysiology (signs and symptoms)
Connection among autoimmunity, immunodeficiency and malignant diseases. IgG4 depositon disease.
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Disorders causing autoinflammation. Czirják László István Immunsuppressive, immunomodulant drugs. Biological therapies. Kumánovics Gábor Practices.