Michael Wodkowski

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OBJECTIVES Autoantibodies directed against Ro52/TRIM21 are common in systemic sclerosis (SSc) but their clinical significance remains uncertain. The aim of this study was to assess the clinical correlates and survival of subjects with monospecific anti-Ro52/TRIM21 antibodies, i.e. anti-Ro52/TRIM21 antibodies in the absence of other SSc-related antibodies.(More)
OBJECTIVE Autoantibodies directed against the two principal antigens of the human exosome complex, PM75 and PM100, are present in systemic sclerosis (SSc) sera and have been associated with myositis and calcinosis. However, there is a paucity of data on the clinical correlates of these autoantibodies separately and in the absence of other SSc-specific(More)
A patient with severe toxic epidermal necrolysis underwent 2 cycles of therapeutic plasma exchange and received specialized wound care for widespread skin damage of more than 80% of his body surface area. Extensive involvement of mucous membranes, including the conjunctivas and the oropharyngeal cavity, and damage of his genitourinary organs required(More)
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