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Validation of a Prediction Rule for the Diagnosis of Rheumatoid Arthritis in Patients with Recent Onset Undifferentiated Arthritis
- Z. Bedrán, C. Quiroz, J. Rosa, L. Catoggio, E. Soriano
- MedicineInternational journal of rheumatology
- 28 February 2013
Van der Helm-van Mil prediction score and the new ACR/EULAR criteria proved to be valuable for the diagnosis of RA in patients with early UA.
Incidence and Prevalence of Polymyositis and Dermatomyositis in a Health Management Organization in Buenos Aires
- J. Rosa, L. F. Garrot, E. Soriano
- MedicineJournal of clinical rheumatology : practical…
- 1 September 2013
The incidence and prevalence of PM/DM in the prepaid health maintenance organization (HMO) of the authors' hospital, in the city of Buenos Aires, between January 1999 and June 2009 are in general agreement with many studies.
Validation in Spanish of a screening questionnaire for the detection of psoriatic arthritis in patients with psoriasis.
The validated PASE questionnaire is a self-administered tool that can be used to screen for PsA among patients with psoriasis in a Spanish speaking population and was able to distinguish between symptoms of PsA and OA.
Work disability is related to the presence of arthritis and not to a specific diagnosis. Results from a large early arthritis cohort in Argentina
Joint involvement was the main cause of work disability in this cohort of patients with early arthritis, independently of the final diagnosis, and disease activity is the main disease variable associated with work disability.
Systemic sclerosis in Argentina: evaluation of a large cohort from a single centre and comparison with other international series.
- M. Scolnik, E. Lancioni, L. Catoggio
- Medicine, Political ScienceClinical and experimental rheumatology
- 8 September 2014
A higher female:male ratio and a higher limited subset prevalence was found in this Argentine cohort comparing with others, and SSc in this cohort appears to be similar to that described in other parts of the world.
POS0707 POTENTIAL USE OF BELIMUMAB IN LUPUS PATIENTS FROM ARGENTINE COHORT ACCORDING DISEASE ACTIVITY STATE
Patients in non-optimal control group were younger, less frequently female and they showed less time of disease and lower socioeconomic status, and patients who received biologic treatment showed the benefit of requiring fewer doses of corticosteroids and having a lower rate of hospitalizations.
Multicenter lupus register from Argentina, the RELESSAR database: Influence of ethnicity on disease phenotype
Caucasian patients were differentiated by having Raynaud’s phenomenon and polyadenopathy more frequently, while patients of Mestizo origin had higher damage indexes and comorbidities.
Abstracts from the Group for Research and Assessment of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis (GRAPPA) Trainees Symposium
The topics of the poster presentations ranged widely, reflecting many aspects of GRAPPA's work streams, and included comorbidities, ethnicity in Psoriatic arthritis, nail disease, screening tools, incidence and prevalence studies, and translational research.