Complications of systemic sclerosis are challenging to manage and significantly impact quality of life. This session will review three long-term issues that are recognized in scleroderma and will review current evidence on managing these complications.
Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to:
- recognize the cardiac complications of scleroderma and the current evidence to guide management of these complications
- recognize the gastrointestinal complications associated with scleroderma and apply the current evidence to managing patients with these complications
- discuss some of the challenging complications of scleroderma including arthritis, tendon rubs, neuropathy and vasculitis
|Moderators:||Laura K. Hummers, MD, ScM, Johns Hopkins University and Victoria K. Shanmugam, MBBS, MRCP, Georgetown University Hospital|
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