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In general, the long-term outlook (prognosis) for people with mixed connective tissue disease (MCTD) is favorable, but it mostly depends on the signs and symptoms present in each person. The overall 10-year survival rate of the disease is about 80%.How is a connective tissue disorder diagnosed?
Over time, you may develop one type of connective tissue disorder. Blood tests may be used to measure the amount of inflammation in your body or to check organ function. An x-ray, CT, or MRI may be used to check your joints or organs for damage. A biopsy is a procedure used to take a sample of tissue to be tested.What is the treatment for connective tissue disorders?
Commonly used medications used in the treatment of autoimmune connective tissue diseases are: Corticosteroids. Immunomodulators. Antimalarial drugs. Calcium channel blockers. Methotrexate. Pulmonary hypertension medications.