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HLA-B27 in juvenile chronic arthritis

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HLA-B27 in juvenile chronic arthritis. / Friis, J; Morling, N; Pedersen, F K; Heilmann, C; Jørgensen, B; Svejgaard, A; Thomsen, K.

I: Journal of Rheumatology, Bind 12, Nr. 1, 1985, s. 119-22.

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Friis, J, Morling, N, Pedersen, FK, Heilmann, C, Jørgensen, B, Svejgaard, A & Thomsen, K 1985, 'HLA-B27 in juvenile chronic arthritis', Journal of Rheumatology, bind 12, nr. 1, s. 119-22.

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Friis, J., Morling, N., Pedersen, F. K., Heilmann, C., Jørgensen, B., Svejgaard, A., & Thomsen, K. (1985). HLA-B27 in juvenile chronic arthritis. Journal of Rheumatology, 12(1), 119-22.

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Friis J, Morling N, Pedersen FK, Heilmann C, Jørgensen B, Svejgaard A o.a. HLA-B27 in juvenile chronic arthritis. Journal of Rheumatology. 1985;12(1):119-22.

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Friis, J ; Morling, N ; Pedersen, F K ; Heilmann, C ; Jørgensen, B ; Svejgaard, A ; Thomsen, K. / HLA-B27 in juvenile chronic arthritis. I: Journal of Rheumatology. 1985 ; Bind 12, Nr. 1. s. 119-22.

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abstract = "The prevalence of HLA-B27 in 88 patients with juvenile chronic arthritis was 22/88 (25{\%}) with little variation among the 3 commonly recognized onset types. This was significantly more frequent than the prevalence of 9.4{\%} in a Danish reference population. A strong association was found between the HLA-B27 antigen and 3 subgroups of patients: (1) boys with pauciarticular and late onset disease; (2) girls with apophyseal joint fusion; (3) a group of patients in whom the clinical picture was compatible with reactive arthritis or incomplete Reiter's syndrome. When these 3 subgroups were excluded from the total patient population, only 8 of the remaining 63 patients carried the B27 antigen, i.e., 13{\%}, which was not significantly different from the prevalence in the reference population. Thus, the 3 subgroups account completely for the increase of B27 in the entire group of patients.",
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RIS

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T1 - HLA-B27 in juvenile chronic arthritis

AU - Friis, J

AU - Morling, N

AU - Pedersen, F K

AU - Heilmann, C

AU - Jørgensen, B

AU - Svejgaard, A

AU - Thomsen, K

N1 - Keywords: Adolescent; Adult; Arthritis; Child; Child, Preschool; HLA Antigens; HLA-B Antigens; HLA-B27 Antigen; Humans; Male; Sex Factors; Time Factors

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N2 - The prevalence of HLA-B27 in 88 patients with juvenile chronic arthritis was 22/88 (25%) with little variation among the 3 commonly recognized onset types. This was significantly more frequent than the prevalence of 9.4% in a Danish reference population. A strong association was found between the HLA-B27 antigen and 3 subgroups of patients: (1) boys with pauciarticular and late onset disease; (2) girls with apophyseal joint fusion; (3) a group of patients in whom the clinical picture was compatible with reactive arthritis or incomplete Reiter's syndrome. When these 3 subgroups were excluded from the total patient population, only 8 of the remaining 63 patients carried the B27 antigen, i.e., 13%, which was not significantly different from the prevalence in the reference population. Thus, the 3 subgroups account completely for the increase of B27 in the entire group of patients.

AB - The prevalence of HLA-B27 in 88 patients with juvenile chronic arthritis was 22/88 (25%) with little variation among the 3 commonly recognized onset types. This was significantly more frequent than the prevalence of 9.4% in a Danish reference population. A strong association was found between the HLA-B27 antigen and 3 subgroups of patients: (1) boys with pauciarticular and late onset disease; (2) girls with apophyseal joint fusion; (3) a group of patients in whom the clinical picture was compatible with reactive arthritis or incomplete Reiter's syndrome. When these 3 subgroups were excluded from the total patient population, only 8 of the remaining 63 patients carried the B27 antigen, i.e., 13%, which was not significantly different from the prevalence in the reference population. Thus, the 3 subgroups account completely for the increase of B27 in the entire group of patients.

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C2 - 3872365

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SP - 119

EP - 122

JO - Journal of Rheumatology

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