Clinical Trials: Mixed Connective Tissue Disease (MCTD)

About Mixed Connective Tissue Disease (MCTD)

Mixed connective tissue disease (MTCD) is a rare connective tissue disorder. MCTD is used to describe what may be an overlapping group of connective tissue disorders that cannot be diagnosed in more specific terms. These disorders include systemic lupus erythematosus, polymyositis, and scleroderma. Individuals with MCTD have symptoms of each of these disorders including arthritic, cardiac, pulmonary and skin manifestations; kidney disease; muscle weakness, and dysfunction of the esophagus. The exact cause of mixed connective tissue disease is unknown.

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on and off like a stitch9/17/2013 at 05:25 AM
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tired all the time wide awake from 0000 until 4am9/17/2013 at 05:24 AM
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Tell other people with mixed connective tissue disease (LDCs) that this symptom is similar. How much does - it affect your daily life? That can someone newly diagnosed wait?9/15/2013 at 04:01 PM
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