Rheumatic disease among Oklahoma tribal populations: a cross-sectional study.

  title={Rheumatic disease among Oklahoma tribal populations: a cross-sectional study.},
  author={Jasmine R Gaddy and Evan Glenn S Vista and Julie M. Robertson and Amy B Dedeke and Virginia C Roberts and Wendy S. Klein and Jeremy H Levin and Fabio H Mota and T. Michael Cooper and Gloria A Grim and Sohail I Khan and Judith A James},
  journal={The Journal of rheumatology},
  volume={39 10},
OBJECTIVE Rheumatic diseases cause significant morbidity within American Indian populations. Clinical disease presentations, as well as historically associated autoantibodies, are not always useful in making a rapid diagnosis or assessing prognosis. The purpose of our study was to identify autoantibody associations among Oklahoma tribal populations with rheumatic disease. METHODS Oklahoma tribal members (110 patients with rheumatic disease and 110 controls) were enrolled at tribal-based… CONTINUE READING
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