Antinuclear antibodies

Antinuclear antibodies (AHA). The frequency of AHA detection in UHA depends on the form of the onset of the disease and the substrate used to detect them by immunofluorescence (usually the liver of rats or

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Antinuclear antibodies (AHA). The frequency of AHA detection in UHA depends on the form of the onset of the disease and the substrate used to detect them by immunofluorescence (usually the liver of rats or

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Diagnosis and differential diagnosis

In the diagnosis of Yuha, in addition to the clinical picture described above, specially developed criteria can be used. The most successful are the diagnostic criteria developed by a large group of pediatricians of socialist countries

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In the diagnosis of Yuha, in addition to the clinical picture described above, specially developed criteria can be used. The most successful are the diagnostic criteria developed by a large group of pediatricians of socialist countries

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Evaluation of phagocyte function.

The study of the chemotactic motility of polymorphonuclears and peripheral blood mononuclear patients of YUHA patients has shown that it is rather difficult to establish the cause of abnormal chemotaxis due to its multifactorial nature,

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The study of the chemotactic motility of polymorphonuclears and peripheral blood mononuclear patients of YUHA patients has shown that it is rather difficult to establish the cause of abnormal chemotaxis due to its multifactorial nature,

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CLINICAL PICTURE OF RA (ADULT)

The disease usually begins gradually and gradually. General symptoms appear first: malaise, weight loss, poor appetite, headache, insomnia, irritability, sweating, unspecified pain in the joints and muscles. These symptoms are often called prodromal, but they occur

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The disease usually begins gradually and gradually. General symptoms appear first: malaise, weight loss, poor appetite, headache, insomnia, irritability, sweating, unspecified pain in the joints and muscles. These symptoms are often called prodromal, but they occur

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Classification of rheumatoid arthritis

The classification of the RA has changed several times and the last of them was adopted at the congress of rheumatologists in 1978 is also not without flaws (see table. 5). Additionally, with this classification,

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The classification of the RA has changed several times and the last of them was adopted at the congress of rheumatologists in 1978 is also not without flaws (see table. 5). Additionally, with this classification,

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Damage of internal organs in RA and causes of mortality

Visceral lesions in RA, on the one hand, are evidence of the systemic nature of the disease, on the other hand, they testify to the severity of its course and cause lethal outcomes. In fact, visceral

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Visceral lesions in RA, on the one hand, are evidence of the systemic nature of the disease, on the other hand, they testify to the severity of its course and cause lethal outcomes. In fact, visceral

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Pulmonary manifestations of RA

Pulmonary manifestations of RA. Various types of lung pleura lesions in RA have been described. It even suggests the term “roar of the matoid lung.” The most important are the following pro-phenomena of pulmonary pathology. 1. Pleurisy effusion

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Pulmonary manifestations of RA. Various types of lung pleura lesions in RA have been described. It even suggests the term “roar of the matoid lung.” The most important are the following pro-phenomena of pulmonary pathology. 1. Pleurisy effusion

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Gastrointestinal manifestations of RA

Gastrointestinal manifestations of RA. The following symptoms are described on the part of the gastrointestinal tract: constipation (39%), flatulence (21%), nausea (15%), vomiting (11%), abdominal pain (9.6%), diarrhea (3%). The most serious syndromes can be erosions and even

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Gastrointestinal manifestations of RA. The following symptoms are described on the part of the gastrointestinal tract: constipation (39%), flatulence (21%), nausea (15%), vomiting (11%), abdominal pain (9.6%), diarrhea (3%). The most serious syndromes can be erosions and even

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Hematologic manifestations

Hematologic manifestations of RA. Anemia in RA is often observed and usually corresponds to the degree of activity of the pathological process. Most often, anemia is normal or hypochromic in nature. The origin of anemia is complex and

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Hematologic manifestations of RA. Anemia in RA is often observed and usually corresponds to the degree of activity of the pathological process. Most often, anemia is normal or hypochromic in nature. The origin of anemia is complex and

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DIAGNOSIS AND DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF RA

The clinical picture of RA is very diverse. In some cases, with the presence of characteristic deformities of the joints, the diagnosis can be made “at a distance” at first glance at the patient, in others,

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The clinical picture of RA is very diverse. In some cases, with the presence of characteristic deformities of the joints, the diagnosis can be made “at a distance” at first glance at the patient, in others,

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