S Şahin-Kunt

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Results Among 317 patients; 18 (7 females, 11 males) were enrolled. Consanguinity and family history of FMF were present in 28% and 56% of the patients, respectively. Clinical features seemed to be similar to general FMF patients; however, 50% of the patients were fussy children. The diagnosis of FMF was significantly delayed; the mean age at onset of(More)
Results The study group comprised 317 FMF patients (170 females, 147 males) with a mean age of 12.2 ± 5.7 years. The frequency of musculoskeletal complaints were as follows; arthritis 18%, arthralgia 43%, leg pain 43%, heel pain 36%, myalgia 8%, protracted arthritis 2%, protracted febrile myalgia 2%. Leg pain and heel pain were more frequently detected in(More)
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