Pathogenesis and management of arthropathy in cystic fibrosis

Phillips, Barbara M.; David, T. J.
January 1986
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine (Supplement);Jan1986, Vol. 79 Issue 12, p44
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the pathogenesis and management of arthropathy in cystic fibrosis (CF). The ways in which arthropathy may be associated with CF are enumerated, as well as the clinical and laboratory details in patients with CF arthritis. The features of hyperthropic pulmonary arthropathy are also described.


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