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The autoantigen microarray was then used for serodiagnosis of patients with autoimmune rheumatoid diseases.
The detection rates in the autoantigen microarray for the autoantibodies associated with the above-mentioned rheumatoid diseases, based on the cutoffs established in this study to define positive and negative diagnosis, are summarized in Table 2.
In addition, such techniques require measurement of each autoantibody separately and thus are not practical for parallel, high-throughput analysis of multiple autoantibodies, which is necessary for cost-effective large-scale screening and diagnosis of rheumatoid diseases.
Most of patients visiting orthopaedic wards are women and they are being affected by bone, goat and rheumatoid diseases much than men, Dr.
What most people are unaware of is that rheumatoid diseases can also progress to affect the skin, eyes, spinal cord and many other internal organs, including the lungs and kidneys, Dr Al Salameh said.
This is important as the mouth can act as a window to the body's health, some serious diseases including blood disorders, some skin diseases, some rheumatoid diseases and diabetes can come to light first at an oral examination.
The findings have potentially important implications for clinical trials of treatments for osteoarthritis and rheumatoid diseases.
Dr Anthony Clarke, medical director at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatoid Diseases, said details on the treatment were 'sketchy' and it was too early to hail it as a wonder cure.
People who drink four or more cups of coffee per day are significantly more likely to get rheumatoid arthritis than are people drinking less, scientists in Finland report in the August ANNALS OF RHEUMATOID DISEASES.
The book is divided into a series of major arthritis categories: rheumatoid diseases, osteoarthritis, crystal synovitis, spinal disorders, seronegative spondarthritides, autoimmune connective tissue disorders, arthritis in childhood, and a range of miscellaneous arthropathies and nonarticular disorders.
They differ from other groups of drugs used in the treatment of rheumatoid diseases, because they are able to stop or reduce damage caused from chronic inflammation to the joint cartilage or bone.

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