Inclusion body myositis: clinical features and pathogenesis

Volume: 15, Issue: 5, Pages: 257 - 272
Published: Mar 5, 2019
Abstract
Inclusion body myositis (IBM) is often viewed as an enigmatic disease with uncertain pathogenic mechanisms and confusion around diagnosis, classification and prospects for treatment. Its clinical features (finger flexor and quadriceps weakness) and pathological features (invasion of myofibres by cytotoxic T cells) are unique among muscle diseases. Although IBM T cell autoimmunity has long been recognized, enormous attention has been focused for...
Paper Details
Title
Inclusion body myositis: clinical features and pathogenesis
Published Date
Mar 5, 2019
Volume
15
Issue
5
Pages
257 - 272
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