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001-es BibID:BIBFORM109477
Első szerző:Nagy-Vincze Melinda (orvos)
Cím:Incidence, features and outcome of disease relapse after Covid-19 vaccination in patients with idiopathic inflammatory myopathies / Nagy-Vincze Melinda, Béldi Tibor, Szabó Katalin, Vincze Anett, Miltényi-Szabó Balázs, Varga Zsófia, Varga József, Griger Zoltán
Megjegyzések:Introduction/Aims Vaccination against coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is relatively safe in patients with idiopathic inflammatory myopathies (IIM), however, myositis flares following vaccination have been poorly studied. We aimed to evaluate the frequency, features and outcomes of disease relapses in patients with IIM following COVID-19 vaccination. Methods A cohort of 176 IIM patients were interviewed after the 3rd wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and followed prospectively. Relapses were determined using the disease state criteria and the outcome of the flares with myositis response criteria, calculating the total improvement score (TIS). Results A total of 146 (82.9%) patients received a vaccination, 17/146 (11.6%) patients had a relapse within 3 months, and 13/146 (8.9%) patients within one month. The relapse rate of unvaccinated patients was 3.3%. Three months after the post-vaccination relapses, 70.6% of the patients (12/17) achieved an improvement of disease activity (average TIS score: 30?15.81; 7 minor, 5 moderate and 0 major improvements). Six months after flares improvement was detected in 15/17(88.2%) of relapsed patients (average TIS score: 43.1?19.53; 3 minimal, 8 moderate and 4 major). Forward stepwise logistic regression analysis revealed that the active state of myositis at the time of injection (p<0.0001; OR:33; CI:9?120) was significantly associated with the occurrence of a relapse. Discussion A minority of the vaccinated IIM patients had a confirmed disease flare after COVID-19 vaccination and the majority of the relapses improved after individualized treatment. An active disease state at the time of vaccination probably contributes to the increased risk of a post vaccination myositis flare.
Tárgyszavak:Orvostudományok Klinikai orvostudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Covid-19 vaccination
idiopathic inflammatory myopathies
Megjelenés:Muscle & Nerve. - [Epub ahead of print] (2023). -
További szerzők:Béldi Tibor (1994-) (orvos) Szabó Katalin (1991-) (orvos) Vincze Anett (1993-) Miltényi-Szabó Balázs (1996-) (orvostanhallgató) Varga Zsófia (1992-) (PhD hallgató) Varga József (1955-) (fizikus) Griger Zoltán (1979-) (belgyógyász, allergológus és klinikai immunológus, reumatológus)
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM101701
035-os BibID:(cikkazonosító)6251232 (WOS)000802856500004 (Scopus)85130364595
Első szerző:Szabó Katalin (orvos)
Cím:Clinical, Serological, and Genetic Characteristics of a Hungarian Myositis-Scleroderma Overlap Cohort / Szabó Katalin, Bodoki Levente, Nagy-Vincze Melinda, Béldi Tibor, Vincze Anett, Zilahi Erika, Varga József, Szűcs Gabriella, Dankó Katalin, Griger Zoltán
ISSN:2314-6133 2314-6141
Megjegyzések:Overlap myositis is a distinct subgroup of idiopathic inflammatory myositis (IIM) with various clinical phenotypes. The aim of this study was to determine the clinical, serological, and genetic features of systemic sclerosis (SSc)-IIM overlap patients. It was a retrospective study using clinical database of 39 patients, fulfilling both the criteria of SSc and IIM. 56.4% of the patients had limited cutaneous, 43.6% had diffuse cutaneous SSc, whereas 7.7% of the patients had dermatomyositis and 92.3% polymyositis. The two diseases occurred simultaneously in 58.97%, while 10.26% in myositis and 30.77% in scleroderma were initially diagnosed. The frequencies of organ involvement were interstitial lung disease 71.8%, dysphagia 66.7%, cardiac involvement 41%, pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) 30.8%, and renal involvement 12.8%, respectively. The presence of human leukocyte antigen eth HLA THORN - DRB1 * 03 and DQA1 * 051 * 01 alleles were significantly higher in the overlap patients than in healthy controls (82.35% vs. 27.54%; p < 0.0001 and 88.24% vs. 30.16; p < 0.0001). Certain clinical parameters, such as fever at diagnosis (41.67% vs. 7.41%, p = 0.0046), cardiac involvement (83.33% vs. 22.22%, p = 0.0008), subcutaneous calcinosis (41.66 vs. 11.11, p = 0.01146), and claw hand deformity (25% vs. 11.11%, p = 0.00016) were significantly associated with the presence of PAH. Upon comparison, the overlap patients and anti-Jo-1 positive antisynthetase patients showed similarities in terms of genetic results and major clinical features; however, SSc-IIM overlap patients could be distinguished with higher erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) level, more frequent presence of Raynaud's phenomenon (p < 0.0001; OR: 20.00), dysphagia (p < 0.0001; OR: 15.63), and infrequent livedo reticularis (p < 0.01; OR: 0.11). SSc-IIM overlap myositis is a unique group within IIM-s possessing characteristic clinical features.
Tárgyszavak:Orvostudományok Klinikai orvostudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Megjelenés:Biomed Research International. - 2022 (2022), p. 1-9. -
További szerzők:Bodoki Levente (1986-) (PhD hallgató) Nagy-Vincze Melinda (1985-) (orvos) Béldi Tibor (1994-) (orvos) Vincze Anett (1993-) Zilahi Erika (1964-) (molekuláris biológus) Varga József (1955-) (fizikus) Szűcs Gabriella (1963-) (belgyógyász, allergológus és klinikai immunológus, reumatológus) Dankó Katalin (1952-2021) (belgyógyász, allergológus és klinikai immunológus) Griger Zoltán (1979-) (belgyógyász, allergológus és klinikai immunológus, reumatológus)
Pályázati támogatás:EFOP-3.6.3-VEKOP-16-2017-00009
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM086958
035-os BibID:(WoS)000548924800004 (Scopus)85087474643 (PubMed)32616032 (cikkazonosító)426
Első szerző:Vincze Anett
Cím:The risk of fracture and prevalence of osteoporosis is elevated in patients with idiopathic inflammatory myopathies : cross-sectional study from a single Hungarian center / Anett Vincze, Levente Bodoki, Katalin Szabó, Melinda Nagy-Vincze, Orsolya Szalmás, József Varga, Katalin Dankó, János Gaál, Zoltán Griger
Megjegyzések:Background: The prevalence of osteoporosis and risk of fractures is elevated in rheumatoid arthritis (RA), but we have limited information about the bone mineral density (BMD) and fracture risk in patients with inflammatory myopathies. We intended to ascertain and compare fracture risk, bone mineral density and the prevalence of vertebral fractures in patients with inflammatory myositis and rheumatoid arthritis and to assess the effect of prevalent fractures on the quality of life and functional capacity. Methods: Fifty-two patients with myositis and 43 patients with rheumatoid arthritis were included in the study. Fracture Risk was determined using FRAX? Calculation Tool developed by the University of Sheffield. Dual energy X-ray absorptiometry and bidirectional thoracolumbar radiographs were performed to assess BMD and vertebral fractures. Quality of life was measured with Short Form-36 (SF-36) and physical function assessment was performed using Health Assessment Questionnaire (HAQ). Results: We found a significantly elevated fracture risk in RA as compared to myositis patients if the risk assessment was performed without the inclusion of the BMD results. If BMD results and glucocorticoid dose adjustment were taken into account, the differences in fracture risk were no longer significant. The prevalence of osteoporosis was found to be significantly higher in the myositis group (7% vs. 13.5%, p: 0.045), but the fracture prevalence was similar in the two groups (75% vs. 68%). The fracture rates were independently associated with age in the myositis group, and with lower BMD results in the RA patients. The number of prevalent fractures was significantly correlated to poorer physical function in both groups, and poorer health status in the myositis group, but not in the RA group. Conclusions: Our findings suggest that inflammatory myopathies carry significantly elevated risks for osteoporosis and fractures. These higher risks are comparable to ones detected with RA in studies and strongly affect the physical function and quality of life of patients. Therefore further efforts are required to make the fracture risk assessment reliable and to facilitate the use of early preventive treatments.
Tárgyszavak:Orvostudományok Klinikai orvostudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Fracture risk
Rheumatoid arthritis
Vertebral fractures
Megjelenés:Bmc Musculoskeletal Disorders. - 21 : 1 (2020), p. 1-8. -
További szerzők:Bodoki Levente (1986-) (PhD hallgató) Szabó Katalin (1991-) (orvos) Nagy-Vincze Melinda (1985-) (orvos) Szalmás Orsolya Varga József (1955-) (fizikus) Dankó Katalin (1952-2021) (belgyógyász, allergológus és klinikai immunológus) Gaál János (1965-) (reumatológus, belgyógyász) Griger Zoltán (1979-) (belgyógyász, allergológus és klinikai immunológus, reumatológus)
Pályázati támogatás:Új Nemzeti Kiválóság Program ÚNKP-17-2
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