1.- How many children are affected by juvenile idiopathic arthritis in Peru?
It is estimated that there are between 20 and 400 cases per 100,000 children under 16 years of age. There are a total of between 6,000 and 9,000 cases across the country. Approximately 500 new cases are recorded every year at any time, but the pain is increasing mainly in the winter. It is more prevalent in children aged 7 or 8 years.
2. How does it affect the quality of life?
If the photo does not do well, it compromises the future of the child enough. Joints become inflamed, injured and if not controlled, cause erosion, they break the joints. The person begins to lose its ability to move until it is sprawled.
3.- Is it possible to prevent?
Reasons are unknown, so prevention will be ruled out. Affected children do not reach the doctor in time, and little can be done with the deformities. Early detection is important. If treated well, patients usually do not develop dysfunctional constraints.
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