Dragica Soldo-Juresa

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The presence of positive rheumatoid factor (RF) titer in a patient with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is of clinical value because its presence tends to correlate with the development of extraarticular manifestations. There is a loose correlation with severity of disease and titer. Extraarticular manifestations includes vasculitis, pericarditis, subcutaneous(More)
A 34-year old men with left hip pain caused by intraarticular osteoid osteoma localized in the left femoral head is described. He was treated as a hip osteoarthritis for one year before the accurate diagnosis was established. Magnetic resonance imaging showed lesion indicating osteoid osteoma. Accurate diagnosis was established based on typical appearance(More)
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