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Arthritis associated with tuberculosis.
There has been a resurgence in tuberculosis (TB) worldwide. Approximately 2 billion people have latent infection, 8 million would develop active TB annually, and 2-3 million would die due to TB. WithExpand
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Prevalence of rheumatoid arthritis in the adult Indian population
SummaryThe prevalence of rheumatoid arthritis was studied in the adult Indian population. As the first step, a house-to-house survey of a rural population near Delhi was conducted by two trainedExpand
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Henoch-Schönlein's purpura in adults versus children/adolescents: A comparative study.
OBJECTIVE To assess the possible differences in etiological and clinical factors between children/adolescents (< or = 20 years) and adults (> 20 years) with Henoch-Schonlein purpura (HSP). METHODSExpand
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Adult onset Still's disease in northern India: comparison with juvenile onset Still's disease.
The present study compared the clinical and laboratory picture, the disease course and outcome in 31 patients having adult onset Still's disease (AOSD) with 23 patients having juvenile onset Still'sExpand
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Behçet's disease in India: a clinical, immunological, immunogenetic and outcome study.
The clinical and laboratory profile of 58 consecutive patients satisfying the ISG 1990 criteria for the diagnosis of Behçet's disease was analysed. It appears that Behçet's disease in India isExpand
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Long Distance Truck Drivers in India: HIV Infection and Their Possible Role in Disseminating HIV into Rural Areas
In this study, a large number of truck drivers were found to be having sex with the prostitutes in rural areas along the highways of India. Some were having sex with men also. HIV/AIDS awareness andExpand
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Behçet’s syndrome: a report of 41 patients with emphasis on neurological manifestations
Forty one patients with the clinical diagnosis of Behçet’s syndrome from two teaching hospitals in Kuwait were studied. There were 34 male and seven female patients. Age at presentation ranged fromExpand
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Occasional Series—Lupus Around the World Systemic lupus erythematosus in India
The first case of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) was reported from India in 1955 followed by two more case reports and further, a series of eight cases, till 1969. Since the establishment of aExpand
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SLE in Indian Men: Analysis of the Clinical and Laboratory Features with a Review of the Literature
Data on the clinical and laboratory profile of 39 male lupus patients has been analysed. An attempt has been made to (1) delineate the pattern of SLE in Indian males, (2) compare it with thatExpand
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