Tratamento clínico das reações da Hanseníase com repercussão neurológica – revisão histórica

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  • José Antonio Garbino Especialista em Hansenologia, Reabilitação e Neurofisiologia Clínica. Doutor em Ciências: área de Infectologia em Saúde Pública.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47878/hi.2012.v37.35088

Palavras-chave:

reações, hanseníase, neuropatia, esteróides

Resumo

Foi realizada uma busca na literatura sobre o tratamento da neuropatia da hanseníase durante episódios reacionais, no tocante às reações tipo 1 e tipo 2. O levantamento refere-se ao período 1976-2010. Foram consultadas as bases de dados LILAU, MEDLINE e LILACS. O enfoque principal foi o tratamento das reações hansênicas, com esteróides via oral empregado nos Programas de Controle da Hanseníase.

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30-06-2012

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Garbino JA. Tratamento clínico das reações da Hanseníase com repercussão neurológica – revisão histórica. Hansen. Int. [Internet]. 30º de junho de 2012 [citado 1º de março de 2024];37(1):69-77. Disponível em: https://periodicos.saude.sp.gov.br/hansenologia/article/view/35088

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