Mixed Connective Tissue Disease (Sharp's Syndrome)

About- Mixed connective tissue disease also known as sharp's syndrome, is an autoimmune disease characterized by the existence of high blood levels of a specific autoantibody (anti-U1 ribonucleoprotein, RNP). It’s sometimes called an overlap disease because many of its symptoms overlap with those of other connective tissue disorders, such as lupuspolymyositis, and scleroderma.  
 
Symptoms-
Mixed connective tissue disease Acid reflux
Mixed connective tissue disease Chest pain
Mixed connective tissue disease Fatigue
Mixed connective tissue disease Fever
Mixed connective tissue disease Hardening or tightening patches of skin
Mixed connective tissue disease Malaise
Mixed connective tissue disease Muscle and joint pain
Mixed connective tissue disease Muscle weakness
Mixed connective tissue disease Pain in multiple joints
Mixed connective tissue disease Raynaud's disease
Mixed connective tissue disease Shortness of breath
Mixed connective tissue disease Skin rash
Mixed connective tissue disease Stomach inflammation
Mixed connective tissue disease Swollen fingers or hands
Mixed connective tissue disease Swollen joints
 
Causes-
The exact cause of Mixed connective tissue disease is not properly understood. 
 
Specialists to visit-
Mixed connective tissue disease Dermatologist
Mixed connective tissue disease Immunologist
Mixed connective tissue disease Rheumatologist 

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References
https://en.wikipedia.org
https://www.mayoclinic.org
https://www.healthline.com
https://emedicine.medscape.com
https://www.msdmanuals.com

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