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(Rheumatology AND Dermatomyositis)
1,231 results
  • Detection of autoantibodies to DSF70/LEDGFp75 in Mexican Hispanics using multiple complementary assay platforms. [Journal Article]
  • AIAuto Immun Highlights 2017; 8(1):1
  • Mercado MV, Gómez-Bañuelos E, … Casiano CA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The low frequency of anti-DFS70/LEDGFp75 antibodies in Mexican patients with rheumatic diseases, but relatively higher frequency in HI, is consistent with previous observations with non-Hispanic populations, suggesting that geographic differences or ethnicity do not influence the frequency of these autoantibodies. Our results also highlight the importance of confirmatory assays for the accurate detection of these autoantibodies. Future studies with larger cohorts of healthy Hispanics/Latinos are needed to confirm if their anti-DFS70/LEDGFp75 antibody frequencies are significantly higher than in non-Hispanics.
  • Characteristics and outcome of children with juvenile dermatomyositis in Cape Town: a cross-sectional study. [Journal Article]
  • PRPediatr Rheumatol Online J 2016 Nov 11; 14(1):60
  • Okong'o LO, Esser M, … Scott C
  • CONCLUSIONS: The demographic characteristics of children with JDM were similar to that from most other regions of the world with female predominance and similar age at onset. Majority of the patients remained with clinically active disease, which put them at risk of further disease complications. Long term follow up and use of appropriate treatment guidelines may be indicated in management of JDM patients for optimum treatment outcomes.
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