Systemic Diseases

Systemic disease is disease that influences the entire  body, instead of being confined to a body part or organ.Examples of systemic diseases include influenza and systemic  lupus erythematosus, a malady in which the body's immune system attacks the body itself.

The hands, being composed of many types of tissue, including veins, nerves, skin and skin-related tissues, bones, and muscles, tendons ,ligaments, may demonstrate  changes that reflect a disease that influences  other parts of the body  or even the entire body. These are known as a systemic diseases. The hands may demonstrate  changes noticed by the patient or his/her hand surgeon even before the disease is recognized.

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