Акромегалия – епидемиологични данни и въздействие върху качество на живот на пациентите

  • Боряна Левтерова
Ключови думи: акромегалия, редки болести, епидемиология, качество на живот

Резюме

Акромегалията е придобито прогресиращо рядко заболяване, свързано с прекомерно производство на растежен хормон. Характеризира с прогресивно соматично обезобразяване (основно включващо лицето и крайниците) и предизвиква мултисистемни уреждания. Хората с това заболяване са изложени на риск от тежка инвалидизация и живото-застрашаващи здравни проблеми. Акромегалия е коварно хронично заболяване, което протича с повишена заболеваемост и смъртност от сърдечно-съдови, метаболитни и неопластични усложнения. Контролът на заболяването лесно може да се оцени със съвременните клинични и лабораторни методи, но за пациента от първостепенно значение е самооценката за благополучие и качество на живот. Въпреки че акромегалията е рядко заболяване, тежестта върху свързаното със здравето качество на живот е значително поради широкия спектър от съпътстващи усложения, както и необходимостта от управление през целия живот. Целта на настоящия преглед е да представи актуални данни за епидемиологията на акромегалията и въздействието на заболяването върху качеството на живот на пациентите.

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2019-07-30
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Левтерова Б. Акромегалия – епидемиологични данни и въздействие върху качество на живот на пациентите. Редки болести и лекарства сираци [интернет]. 30Юли2019 [цитиран 20Авг2019];10(2):5-. Available from: http://journal.raredis.org/index.php/RBLS/article/view/69
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