Interprofessional cooperation with a dermatovenerologist – specifics of hidradenitis suppurativa management in gynaecological practice


Authors: B. Ivanková 1 ;  T. Kampe 1;  J. Baloghová 1,2
Authors‘ workplace: Klinika dermatovenerológie UN L. Pasteura, Košice, Slovenská republika 1;  Lekárska fakulta, Univerzita P. J. Šafárika, Košice, Slovenská republika 2
Published in: Ceska Gynekol 2024; 89(2): 114-119
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doi: https://doi.org/10.48095/cccg2024114

Overview

Hidradenitis suppurativa is a chronic immune-mediated inflammatory disease that is manifested by formation of painful nodules, abscesses and suppurating fistulas, primarily in the intertriginous spaces. This painful, often under-diagnosed disease affects much more women. They are also exposed to certain specific challenges in the management of this disease, especially during menstruation or pregnancy. The treatment requires the interdisciplinary cooperation of a dermatologist, gynaecologist, obstetrician and last but not least an algesiologist and psychotherapist. Above all, early and correct diagnosis, initiation of therapy in the early stages of the disease, is a key, which also plays a fundamental role in controlling inflammatory activity, preventing complications and further prognosis.

Keywords:

early diagnosis – comprehensive management – autoimmune inflammation – Hidradenitis suppurativa – specifics in the female population


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ORCID autorov

B. Ivanková 0009-0005-6036-9357

J. Baloghová 0000-0003-4470-5777

Doručené/Submitted: 17. 9. 2023
Prijaté/Accepted: 18. 9. 2023

MUDr. Barbara Ivanková, MBA
Klinika dermatovenerológie
UN L. Pasteura
Tr. SNP 1
040 01 Košice
Slovenská republika
barbara.ivankova@unlp.sk

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