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Early detection remains the most promising approach to improve long-term survival of patients with ovarian cancer. In a five-center case-control study, serum proteomic expressions were analyzed on 153 patients with invasive epithelial ovarian cancer, 42 with other ovarian cancers, 166 with benign pelvic masses, and 142 healthy women. Data from patients with(More)
BACKGROUND Following the introduction of the ILAR criteria for juvenile idiopathic arthritis, juvenile psoriatic arthritis (JPsA) has become a better recognized category within the inflammatory arthritides of childhood. There are fewer reports describing the characteristics and long-term outcome of patients with JPsA than other subtypes of JIA.The aim of(More)
Objective To determine the long-term outcome of a single center cohort of children with JPsA. Methods Clinical records of 122 patients meeting the Vancouver or ILAR criteria for JPsA were reviewed. Patients were divided into 4 groups depending on their clinical features: a)Oli-goarticular, b)RF(-) polyarticular, c)RF(+) polyarticular and d)enthesitis(More)
Objective To determine the prevalence of abnormal sleep in JIA and JDM and its relationship to pain, dysfunction, disease activity and medications. Materials and methods 155 patients (115 – JIA, 40 – JDM) were randomly sampled and were mailed questionnaires. Results 81% responded. 44% reported abnormal sleep (CSHQ > 41); there were no differences between(More)
Early detection remains the most promising approach to improve long-term survival of patients with ovarian cancer. In a five-center case-control study, serum proteomic expressions were analyzed on 153 patients with invasive epithelial ovarian cancer, 42 with other ovarian cancers, 166 with benign pelvic masses, and 142 healthy women. Data from patients with(More)
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