Models of Connective Tissue Disease

  • Jerry C. Jacobs
Part of the Comprehensive Manuals in Pediatrics book series (CM PEDIATRICS)

Abstract

The pathogenesis of rheumatic diseases remains an enigma. Errors of immunologic regulatory mechanisms seem to be involved.1 However, even when an inducer of disease, such as the Streptococcus in acute rheumatic fever or Shigella, Salmonella, or Yersinia in spondyloarthritis, has finally been identified, the effector or suppressor mechanisms that lead to or prevent the subsequent development of the disease or which cause it to remit remain obscure. Genetic, infectious, and immunologic factors can usually all be implicated. The relationships between these various influences on the pathogenesis of a disease are extremely complex. Animals provide useful models for studying these interactions (Table 9.1).

Keywords

Kawasaki Disease Connective Tissue Disease Adjuvant Arthritis Acute Rheumatic Fever Equine Viral Arteritis 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jerry C. Jacobs
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  1. 1.Section of Pediatric Rheumatology Department of Pediatrics College of Physicians and SurgeonsColumbia UniversityNew YorkUSA

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