January 2015

How to treat mixed connective tissue disease

When it comes to mixed connective tissue disease, it has characteristics of systemic sclerosis, polymyolitis and systemic lupus. These conditions cause joint pain, skin abnormalities, weakness and internal organ damage. Mixed connective tissue disease also lead to Raynaud’s syndrome where the fingers becomes pale and numb when exposed to cold temperatures. The symptoms of the …

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