Clearnace of Fe59-labelled erythrocytes from normal and inflamed rabbit knee joints. I. Relationship to the anaemia of rheumatoid arthritis.

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The anaemia of rheumatoid arthritis has features suggestive of iron deficiency even in the absence of occult blood loss (Jeffrey, 1965). There is some evidence that this may be due to reduced availability of iron from storage sites in the reticulo-endothelial system (Weinstein, 1959; Owen and Lawson, 1966). Extensive deposits of iron are frequently found in… (More)

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@article{Muirden1969ClearnaceOF, title={Clearnace of Fe59-labelled erythrocytes from normal and inflamed rabbit knee joints. I. Relationship to the anaemia of rheumatoid arthritis.}, author={Kenneth David Muirden}, journal={Annals of the rheumatic diseases}, year={1969}, volume={28 5}, pages={548-51} }