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  1. Behcet's Disease: A Guide to its Clinical Understanding. Textbook and Atlas by Sungnack Lee, Dongsik Bang, et all 2001-02-15
  2. Essential Guide to Behcet's Disease by Joanne Zeis, 2006-10-01
  3. Behçets Syndrome
  4. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Behcet's Disease: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age
  5. Behcet's Disease: A Contemporary Synopsis by Gary R. Plotkin, John J. Calabro, 1988-02
  6. Adamantiades-Behcet's Disease (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology volume 528)
  7. Behcet's Disease by Bertrand Wechsler, 1993-11-01
  8. Immunology of Behcet's Disease
  9. Behcet's Disease (Inflammatory Disease and Therapy)
  10. Adamantiades-Behçet's Disease (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)
  11. Behcet's Disease: International Symposium Proceedings (International congress series)
  12. Behçet Disease Medical Guide by Qontro Medical Guides, 2008-07-09
  13. You Are Not Alone: 15 People with Behcet's by Joanne A Zeis, 1997-04
  14. BEHCET'S DISEASE. by M. & P. Nazzaro (edits). Monacelli, 1966

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  • Mouth sores Genital sores Other skin sores Swelling of parts of the eye Arthritis (pain, swelling, and stiffness in the joints).
Less common symptoms include:
  • Meningitis (inflammation of the membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord) Blood clots Inflammation in the digestive system (the parts of the body that digest food) Blindness.
Symptoms may appear, disappear, and then reappear. The times when a person is having symptoms are called flares.
  • The symptoms do not usually appear all at once There are other illnesses that have similar symptoms Mouth sores at least three times in 12 months Any two of the following:
      Genital sores that go away and come back Eye inflammation with loss of vision Sores on the skin Positive skin prick test (the appearance of small red bumps when the skin is pricked with a needle).

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    Behcet's Disease: Behcet's disease is a rare, chronic, lifelong disorder that involves inflammation of blood vessels throughout the body. (Source: excerpt from NINDS Behcet's Disease Information Page: NINDS more about Behcet's Disease Behcet's Disease: Recurring inflammation of small blood vessels affecting various areas. More detailed information about the symptoms causes , and treatments of Behcet's Disease is available below.
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    What Is Behcet's Disease?
    The disease was first described in 1937 by Dr. Helusi Behcet, a professor of dermatology in Istanbul. Behcet's disease is now recognized as a chronic condition that causes sores or ulcers in the mouth and on the genitals, and inflammation in parts of the eye. In some people, the disease also results in arthritis (swollen, painful, stiff joints) and inflammation of the digestive tract, brain, and spinal cord.
    Who Gets Behcet's Disease?
    Behcet's disease is common in the Middle East, Asia, and Japan, but rare in the United States. In Middle Eastern and Asian countries, the disease affects more men than women. In the United States, the opposite is true. Behcet's disease tends to develop in people in their twenties or thirties, but people of all ages can develop it. Back to Top Click Here for the Latest News on Behcet's Disease Back to Top
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    Behcet's disease is a rare, chronic, lifelong disease that affects mainly young adults, with men having more severe symptoms than women do. Although the exact cause remains unclear, Behcet's syndrome is thought to arise as a result of an autoimmune response, that is, when the body's defense mechanism malfunctions and begins to attack its own tissues. The syndrome involves inflammation of blood vessels throughout the body. Symptoms include recurrent oral ulcers, recurrent genital ulcers, and eye inflammation It may also cause various types of skin lesions, arthritis, bowel inflammation, and meningitis (inflammation of the membranes of the brain and spinal cord). The symptoms usually flare up then go into remission. The time between attacks tends to be unpredictable; it can be as short as a few days, or it can be long as years before a person has another episode. Behcet's syndrome affects men five to 10 times more frequently than women. On average, the first symptoms appear between the ages of 10 and 30.
    Although Behcet's syndrome can be a chronic condition, most symptoms diminish over time. Treatment, therefore, focuses on the symptoms. Vasculitis and inflammatory eye disease will require glucocorticoids and perhaps other immunosuppressive drugs. Mouth sores may be treated with glucocorticoids in the form of mouthwash or paste. Colchicine, thalidomide and dapsone may be helpful for the skin or joint disease. Joint inflammation may require anti-inflammatory agents, pain medications, physical therapy and, occasionally, other immunosuppressive medications.

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    Home Behcet's Disease Introduction Causes Symptoms Some people have only mild symptoms, such as sores in the mouth or on the genitals while others have more severe symptoms, such as meningitis. Typically symptoms appear, disappear, and then reappear. Treatment
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    The symptoms of Behcet's disease often include ulcers of the mouth and genital area. Other associated symptoms include headache, numbness, arthritis or eye lesions.
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    • Behçet's Disease (beh-CHETTS) disease is a rare and chronic condition that affects the inner lining of the mouth and genitals and the small blood vessels throughout the body. Behçet's Disease usually affects more women than men in the U.S. and primarily young adults in their 20s and 30s.
    What Causes It?
    • The cause is unknown, but it seems to be an autoimmune problem.
    What Are the Effects?
    • It may cause recurring mouth, genital and skin ulcers, and inflammation of the eyes. It may cause arthritis, abdominal pain, fever, swelling of veins in the leg, and affect the heart or lungs and/or bowels. It is chronic, which means it lasts a long time and won't go away.
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    Posted on: Wednesday, 25 April 2007, 18:00 CDT * WHAT: A rare, chronic inflammatory disorder with an unknown cause. Pronounced "BAY-sets," it generally begins in people in their 20s or 30s, though it can happen at any age. It tends to occur more often in men. * SYMPTOMS: Recurrent ulcers in the mouth (resembling canker sores) and on the genitals, and eye inflammation. The disorder also may cause various types of skin lesions, arthritis, bowel inflammation, meningitis and cranial nerve palsies. It may involve all organs and affect the central nervous system, causing memory loss and impaired speech, balance and movement. GA_googleFillSlotWithSize("ca-pub-5440138744487553", "News_Main_300x250", 300, 250); * EFFECTS: May include blindness, stroke, swelling of the spinal cord and intestinal problems. * TREATMENT: Symptomatic and supportive. Medication may be prescribed to reduce inflammation or regulate the immune system. Immunosuppressive therapy may be considered. * PROGNOSIS: It's a lifelong disorder that comes and goes. Permanent remission has not been reported.

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    Behcets disease behcets syndrome (Science: syndrome ) a multisystem, chronic recurrent disease characterised by ulceration in the mouth and genitalia iritis uveitis arthritis and thrombophlebitis . Often treated with immunosuppressive therapy corticosteroids , chlorambucil).
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    (Halushi Behcet, 1889 - 1948, Turkish dermatologist), a rare vasculitis with oral , skin, genital, ocular and vascular lesions. Vascular involvement includes aneurysms of the aorta , medium and large arteries, the pulmonary arteries and vena caval occlusion. Cardiac manifestations occur in about 5% of patients consisting of pericarditis and aortic and mitral regurgitation Plain radiography may demonstrate an abnormal contour or focal aneurysms of the aorta and/or pulmonary arteries.

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    Behçet’s disease (BD) is characterised by recurrent episodes of orogenital aphthae, systemic vasculitis, and systemic and retinal venous thrombosis. An association between HLA-B51 and BD was first identified over 20 years ago, but recently identified gene associations implicate regions both within and without the MHC in the immunological events underlying the lesions in BD. These include allelic variants within the tumour necrosis factor gene region and within the MHC class I chain related gene region, the factor V Leiden mutation, which is associated with retinal vascular occlusion, and alleles of the intercellular adhesion molecule gene. No single causative gene for BD has emerged; the evidence indicates that the underlying immune events in BD are triggered by a microbial antigen and subsequently driven by genetic influences which control leucocyte behaviour and the coagulation pathways . Knowledge of these risk factors may permit a more accurate prognosis for a given patient, and identify new pathways for more targeted intervention than is currently available.

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