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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.5.2011.tde-13062011-142445
Document
Author
Full name
Nádia Emi Aikawa
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2011
Supervisor
Committee
Sallum, Adriana Maluf Elias (President)
Ferriani, Virginia Paes Leme
Pastorino, Antonio Carlos
Title in Portuguese
Autoanticorpos órgão-específicos e sistêmicos em pacientes com lúpus eritematoso sistêmico juvenil e dermatomiosite juvenil
Keywords in Portuguese
Autoanticorpos
Dermatomiosite juvenil
Especificidade de órgãos
Lúpus eritematoso sistêmico
Abstract in Portuguese
Objetivo: Ao nosso conhecimento, não há estudos na literatura avaliando simultaneamente um grande número de autoanticorpos órgãoespecíficos, bem como a prevalência de doenças autoimunes órgãoespecíficas em populações com lúpus eritematoso sistêmico juvenil (LESJ) e dermatomiosite juvenil (DMJ). Portanto, o objetivo deste estudo foi avaliar autoanticorpos e doenças autoimunes órgão-específicas em pacientes com LESJ e DMJ. Métodos: Quarenta e um pacientes com LESJ e 41 com DMJ foram investigados para os autoanticorpos séricos associados com hepatite autoimune, cirrose biliar primária, diabetes melito tipo 1 (DM1), tireoidite autoimune, gastrite autoimune e doença celíaca. Pacientes com positividade para anticorpos órgão-específicos foram avaliados para a presença das respectivas doenças autoimunes órgão-específicas. Resultados: A média de idade ao diagnóstico foi significativamente maior em pacientes com LESJ em comparação com DMJ (10,3 ± 3,4 vs. 7,3 ± 3,1 anos, p=0,0001), enquanto a média de duração da doença foi similar em ambos os grupos (p=0,92). As freqüências de autoanticorpos órgão-específicos foram semelhantes nos pacientes com LESJ e DMJ (p>0,05). Notavelmente, uma alta prevalência de autoanticorpos relacionados a tireoidite autoimune e DM1 e foi observada em ambos os grupos (20% vs. 15%, p=0,77 e 24% vs. 15%, p=0,41, respectivamente). A elevada freqüência de fator antinúcleo - FAN (93% vs. 59%, p=0,0006), anti-DNA (61% vs. 2%, p<0,0001), anti-Ro (35% vs. 0%, p<0,0001 ), anti-Sm (p=0,01), anti-RNP (p=0,02), anti-La (p=0,03) e aCL IgG (p=0,001) foram observadas em pacientes com LESJ em comparação com DMJ. Doenças autoimunes órgão-específicas foram evidenciadas apenas em pacientes com LESJ (24% vs. 0%, p=0,13). Dois pacientes com LESJ apresentavam DM1 associada com tireoidite de Hashimoto e um terceiro paciente apresentava tireoidite subclínica. Outro paciente com LESJ preenchia diagnóstico de doença celíaca com base em anemia por deficiência de ferro, a presença de anticorpo anti-endomísio, biópsia duodenal compatível com doença celíaca e resposta a dieta livre de glúten. Conclusão: Doenças órgão-específicas foram observadas apenas em pacientes com LESJ e exigiram tratamento específico. A presença destes anticorpos sugere a avaliação de doenças órgão-específicas e um acompanhamento rigoroso destes pacientes
Title in English
Organ-specific and systemic autoantibodies in patients with juvenile systemic lupus erythematosus and juvenile dermatomyositis
Keywords in English
Autoantibodies
Juvenile dermatomyositis
Specificity to organs
Systemic lupus erythematosus
Abstract in English
Objective: To our knowledge, no study has assessed simultaneously a large number of organ-specific autoantibodies, as well as the prevalence of organ-specific autoimmune diseases in juvenile systemic lupus erythematosus (JSLE) and juvenile dermatomyositis (JDM) populations. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to evaluate organ-specific autoantibodies and autoimmune diseases in JSLE and JDM patients. Methods: Forty-one JSLE and 41 JDM patients were investigated for serum autoantibodies associated with autoimmune hepatitis, primary biliary cirrhosis, type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM), autoimmune thyroiditis, autoimmune gastritis and celiac disease. Patients with positive organspecific antibodies were assessed for the presence of the respective organ-specific autoimmune diseases. Results: Mean age at diagnosis was significantly higher in JSLE compared to JDM patients (10.3±3.4 vs. 7.3±3.1years, p=0.0001), whereas the mean disease duration was similar in both groups (p=0.92). The frequencies of organ-specific autoantibodies were similar in JSLE and JDM patients (p>0.05). Of note, a high prevalence of autoantibodies related to T1DM and autoimmune thyroiditis were observed in both groups (20% vs. 15%, p=0.77 and 24% vs. 15%, p=0.41; respectively). Higher frequencies of antinuclear antibody - ANA (93% vs. 59%, p=0.0006), anti-dsDNA (61% vs. 2%, p<0.0001), anti-Ro (35% vs. 0%, p<0.0001), anti-Sm (p=0.01), anti-RNP (p=0.02), anti-La (p=0.03) and IgG aCL (p=0.001) were observed in JSLE compared to JDM patients. Organ-specific autoimmune diseases were evidenced only in JSLE patients (24% vs. 0%, p=0.13). Two JSLE patients had T1DM associated with Hashimoto thyroiditis and another had subclinical thyroiditis. Another JSLE patient had celiac disease diagnosis based on iron deficiency anaemia, presence of anti-endomysial antibody, duodenal biopsy compatible to celiac disease and response to a gluten-free diet. Conclusion: Organ-specific diseases were observed solely in JSLE patients and required specific therapy. The presence of these antibodies recommends the evaluation of organ-specific diseases and a rigorous follow-up of these patients
 
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