Lupus Erythematosus Treatment What Are The Four Stages Of Treatment For Lupus?

What are the four stages of treatment for lupus? - lupus erythematosus treatment

I remember reading somewhere that believe four stages of the treatment of lupus erythematosus, it was also
I-corticosteroids
II?
III?
IV immunosuppressants, chemotherapy, etc.

I wonder whether there is something on the internet or when I use the steps of the affected kidney and confused? (I doubt it, but you never know ...)

Thank you in advance for any information, and please do not forget a link to the place where you your information

1 comments:

Shashank said...

Symptoms & Characteristics
Lupus is an autoimmune condition in which the immune system attacks healthy cells and tissues by mistake causing joint, skin, blood vessels and organ damage. There are different kinds of lupus. Some types include:

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is the most common type and affects various parts of the body. SLE is what most people refer to as "lupus."
Discoid lupus causes a persistent and scarring rash, particularly on the face, neck and scalp. In some cases, discoid lupus evolves into SLE.
Neonatal lupus is very rare and affects newborns.
Drug-induced lupus occurs after the use of certain medications. The symptoms may be similar to SLE.
Some common symptoms may include:

joint pain or swelling
muscle pain
unexplained fever
red rashes, typically occurring on the face (commonly called the "butterfly rash")
Diagnosing lupus is difficult and may take a long time. This is because there is no one test for lupus.

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