Rheumatology is an upper branch of the internal medicine department and serves in the diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic diseases. All diagnoses and treatments at the Liv Hospital Rheumatology Clinic are carried out successfully by experienced and experienced physicians. In the treatment of rheumatic diseases, endocrinology, physical therapy, orthopedics, neurology and pain policlinics are also needed.
Rheumatic diseases are the disease of the joints and the surrounding soft tissue, ie tissues such as muscle, tendons, ligaments and fiber. Acute / chronic and non-inflammatory types are found. Early diagnosis and treatment are very important because the disease affects the movement function of the person and the pain is impaired the quality of life.
"Degenerative joint disease," called calcification, is inflamed and is caused by age-related cartilage erosion. Inflammatory rheumatisms are more severe and generally affect the whole body. There is a disorder in the immune system and all organs have an effect on all connective tissues.
Rheumatic diseases are diseases of the joints and surrounding soft tissue, ie tissues such as muscles, tendons, ligaments and fibers. There are acute/chronic and inflammatory/non-inflammatory types. Early diagnosis and treatment is very important because the disease affects the movement function of the person and the pain felt impairs the quality of life.
Early diagnosis is very important
'Degenerative joint disease', colloquially called calcification, is non-inflammatory and occurs as a result of cartilage wear, which is somewhat related to age. Inflammatory rheumatism is more severe and generally affects the whole body. There is a disorder in the immune system and the effect is seen in all connective tissue, that is, in almost all organs.
Inflammatory rheumatism affects the whole body
- Common Rheumatic Diseases
- Fibromyalgia / soft tissue rheumatism
- Calcification / osteoarthritis
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Ankylosing spondylitis
- Waist and neck pains
- Lupus / systemic lupus erythematosus
- Sjögren's disease
- Scleroderma / primary systemic sclerosis
- Familial Mediterranean fever
- Behcet 's disease
- Tendinitis in
- Microbial rheumatism
- Myopathy / myocyte
- Seronegative spondylartropathies / reactive arthritis