Jonathon S Stillman

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Adenomatous polyps are the most common neoplastic findings discovered in people who undergo colorectal screening or who have a diagnostic work-up for symptoms. It was common practice in the 1970s for these patients to have annual follow-up surveillance examinations to detect additional new adenomas and missed synchronous adenomas. As a result of the(More)
Analyses of CH50, complement components, properdin factors, and kininogen in synovial fluid of patients with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis revealed evidence of activation of the classic complement pathway in all clinical subgroups. Juveniles with the adult pattern of disease had the greatest incidence of complement abnormalities. Evaluation of individual(More)
The prevalence of homozygous and heterozygous deficiency of the second component of complement (C2) was determined in patients with rheumatic disease including 137 with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), 274 with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, and 134 with rheumatoid arthritis. 1 C2 homozygous deficient and 19 possible heterozygous deficient individuals(More)
One hundred and twenty-three patients with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and a similar number of controls were tissue typed for 30 HL-A antigens to determine if there were any associations between particular HL-A antigens and the disease. None were found. However, HL-A7 was found more frequently in patients with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis demonstrating(More)