Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathies - Recent Developments

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Jan Tore Gran

Oslo University Hospital, Norway

PublishedSeptember 15th, 2011

Doi10.5772/814

ISBN978-953-307-694-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-6490-6

Copyright year2011

Number of pages224

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1. Idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathies: A Review of Immunopathological Features and Current Models of Pathogenesis

By Cristina Cappelletti, Lucia Morandi, Marina Mora, Franco Salerno, Paolo Confalonieri, Renato Mantegazza and Pia Bernasconi

2,866
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2. Serological Aspects of Myositis

By Johannes Schulte-Pelkum

2,393
3. Arthrogenic Alphaviruses and Inflammatory Myopathies

By Lara Herrero and Suresh Mahalingam

2,227
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4. The Antisynthetase Syndrome

By Jan Tore Gran and Øyvind Molberg

2,514
3,431
7. Myositis and Cancer

By Sergio Prieto-González, Vladimir Lazo, Ernesto Trallero-Araguás, Albert Selva-O’Callaghan and Josep M Grau

2,679
8. Orbital Myositis

By Toshinobu Kubota

5,669
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10. Immunoglobulin Treatment in Polymyositis and Dermatomyositis

By Maria Giovanna Danieli, Lucia Pettinari, Romina Moretti, Francesco Logullo and Armando Gabrielli

4,440
11. Pregnancy in Myositis: Challenges and Pitfalls

By Codrina Mihaela Ancuta, Eugen Ancuta and Rodica Marieta Chirieac

3,252

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