Consideraciones sobre la asociación de la ateroesclerosis y la artritis reumatoide

Lilian Marivel Caspi Pilamunga, Jorge Andrés Peralvo Saltos, María Fernanda Peralvo Saltos, Sabrina Paola Peralvo Saltos

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La artritis reumatoide y la aterosclerosis son dos enfermedades inflamatorias estrictamente relacionadas. Este trabajo tiene el propósito de mostrar consideraciones de diferentes autores sobre la asociación entre la aterosclerosis y la artritis reumatoide. La inflamación relacionada con la artritis reumatoide puede conducir a la aparición de aterosclerosis de varias maneras. Es importante evaluar y monitorear a los pacientes con artritis reumatoide para detectar la existencia de factores de riesgo tradicionales para la aparición de enfermedad cardiovascular, a fin de reducir el impacto en el sistema cardiovascular.

 

Palabras clave

ateroesclerosis; artritis reumatoide; asociación entre ateroesclerosis y artritis reumatoide

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