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Type: TESE
Title: Frequência dos alelos do HLA-B27 em pacientes brasileiroa com artrite psoriásica
Title Alternative: Frequency of HLA--B27 alleles in brazilian patients with psoriatic arthritis
Author: Bonfiglioli, Rubens
Advisor: Bértolo, Manoel Barros, 1955-
Abstract: Resumo: Este estudo prospectivo analisou a epidemiologia, clínica e perfil genético de 102 pacientes brasileiros com Artrite Psoriásica. A associação do complexo maior de histocompatibilidade (MHC) de classe I, e os alelos do HLA-B27 com aquelas variáveis foram avaliados e comparados com sadios controles, HLA-B27 positivos, compondo um grupo de 111 indivíduos. A predominância foi do sexo masculino (59,8%), raça caucasóide (89,2%) e HLA-B27 negativos (79,4%). Oligoartrite assimétrica (62,7%) foi o subgrupo de Artrite Psoriásica mais observado, seguido pela forma espondilítica (16,7%) e poliarticular (15,7%). O sexo masculino e o subgrupo dos espondilíticos foram estatisticamente mais associados ao HLA-B27, e o subgrupo oligoarticular ao HLA-B27 negativo. Entre os 21 pacientes com Artrite Psoriásica e HLA-B27 positivos existiu uma significante prevalência do HLA-B*2705 (90,5%), similar ao observado no grupo controle (80,2%); HLA-B*2703 e HLA-B*2707 foram estatisticamente associados ao grupo controle

Abstract: This prospective study analyzed the epidemiologic, clinical and genetic profile of 102 Brazilian patients with psoriatic arthritis (PsA). The association of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class I and the HLA-B27 alleles with these variants was outlined, and compared to a control healthy HLA-B27 positive group of 111 individuals. There was a predominance of male gender (59.8%), Caucasian race (89.2%) and negative HLA-B27 (79.4%) patients. Asymmetric oligoarthritis (62.7%) was the most frequently observed clinical PsA subgroup, followed by spondylitis (16.7%) and polyarthritis (15.7%). Male gender and the spondylitis subgroup were statistically associated to the positive HLAB27 and the oligoarthritis subgroup was associated to the negative HLA-B27. Among the 21 HLA-B27 positive PsA patients, there was a significant prevalence of the HLA-B*2705 allele (90.5 %), similar to that observed in the control group (80.2%); HLA-B*2703 and HLA-B*2707 were statistically associated to the control group. Other antigens such as HLA- B07 (14 patients), HLA-B08 (14 patients) and HLA-B44 (13 patients) among others, were found in HLA-B27-negative patients
Subject: Antígeno HLA-B27
Antígenos de histocompatibilidade
Artrite psoriásica
Language: Português
Editor: [s.n.]
Date Issue: 2009
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