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Capillaroscopy in 2016 : new perspectives in systemic sclerosis

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Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is an autoimmune disorder of unknown etiology characterized by early impairment of the microvascular system. Nailfold microangiopathy and decreased peripheral blood perfusion are typical clinical aspects of SSc. The best method to evaluate vascular injury is nailfold videocapillaroscopy, which detects peripheral capillary morphology, and classifies and scores the abnormalities into different patterns of microangiopathy. Microangiopathy appears to be the best evaluable predictor of the disease development and has been observed to precede the other symptoms by many years. Peripheral blood perfusion is also impaired in SSc, and there are different methods to assess it: laser Doppler and laser speckle techniques, thermography and other emerging techniques.
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Capillaries, Systemic sclerosis, Raynaud's phenomenon, Scleroderma, SPECKLE CONTRAST ANALYSIS, PERIPHERAL-BLOOD PERFUSION, CONNECTIVE-TISSUE DISEASE, NAILFOLD CAPILLAROSCOPY, DIGITAL ULCERS, IMAGING TECHNIQUES, LASER-DOPPLER, VIDEOCAPILLAROSCOPY, MICROCIRCULATION, CLASSIFICATION

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Pizzorni, C et al. “Capillaroscopy in 2016 : New Perspectives in Systemic Sclerosis.” ACTA REUMATOLOGICA PORTUGUESA 41.1 (2016): 8–14. Print.
APA
Pizzorni, C., Sulli, A., Smith, V., Llado, A., Paolino, S., Cutolo, M., & Ruaro, B. (2016). Capillaroscopy in 2016 : new perspectives in systemic sclerosis. ACTA REUMATOLOGICA PORTUGUESA, 41(1), 8–14.
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Pizzorni, C, A Sulli, Vanessa Smith, A Llado, S Paolino, M Cutolo, and B Ruaro. 2016. “Capillaroscopy in 2016 : New Perspectives in Systemic Sclerosis.” Acta Reumatologica Portuguesa 41 (1): 8–14.
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Pizzorni, C, A Sulli, Vanessa Smith, A Llado, S Paolino, M Cutolo, and B Ruaro. 2016. “Capillaroscopy in 2016 : New Perspectives in Systemic Sclerosis.” Acta Reumatologica Portuguesa 41 (1): 8–14.
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Pizzorni C, Sulli A, Smith V, Llado A, Paolino S, Cutolo M, et al. Capillaroscopy in 2016 : new perspectives in systemic sclerosis. ACTA REUMATOLOGICA PORTUGUESA. 2016;41(1):8–14.
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C. Pizzorni et al., “Capillaroscopy in 2016 : new perspectives in systemic sclerosis,” ACTA REUMATOLOGICA PORTUGUESA, vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 8–14, 2016.
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  abstract     = {Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is an autoimmune disorder of unknown etiology characterized by early impairment of the microvascular system. Nailfold microangiopathy and decreased peripheral blood perfusion are typical clinical aspects of SSc. The best method to evaluate vascular injury is nailfold videocapillaroscopy, which detects peripheral capillary morphology, and classifies and scores the abnormalities into different patterns of microangiopathy. Microangiopathy appears to be the best evaluable predictor of the disease development and has been observed to precede the other symptoms by many years. Peripheral blood perfusion is also impaired in SSc, and there are different methods to assess it: laser Doppler and laser speckle techniques, thermography and other emerging techniques.},
  author       = {Pizzorni, C and Sulli, A and Smith, Vanessa and Llado, A and Paolino, S and Cutolo, M and Ruaro, B},
  issn         = {0303-464X},
  journal      = {ACTA REUMATOLOGICA PORTUGUESA},
  keywords     = {Capillaries,Systemic sclerosis,Raynaud's phenomenon,Scleroderma,SPECKLE CONTRAST ANALYSIS,PERIPHERAL-BLOOD PERFUSION,CONNECTIVE-TISSUE DISEASE,NAILFOLD CAPILLAROSCOPY,DIGITAL ULCERS,IMAGING TECHNIQUES,LASER-DOPPLER,VIDEOCAPILLAROSCOPY,MICROCIRCULATION,CLASSIFICATION},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {8--14},
  title        = {Capillaroscopy in 2016 : new perspectives in systemic sclerosis},
  volume       = {41},
  year         = {2016},
}

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