Although the pathogenesis of the auto-inflammation in Behçet’s disease remains controversial, this book provides a new insight that inflammation and subclinical atherosclerosis may develop through different mechanisms from that involved with other rheumatic conditions. This book presents a comprehensive description of the basics of Behçet's disease and atherosclerosis with in-depth discussion of their association that is commonly overlooked by rheumatologists and primary care physicians. It provides advanced information of such a mysterious and interesting rheumatic disease. The book is designed to provide a useful and informative overview for rheumatology students and professionals and the material included is sufficiently comprehensive to serve as a reference for general practitioners dealing with Behçet's disease patients. The readers will take a worthy idea on the disease, updates in medical treatments and the team approach concepts in its management. This book should prove fruitful in completing the canvas of the role of inflammation in atherosclerosis, and in translating these concepts to improve human health.