Serum amyloid A levels were found to significantly correlate with C-reactive protein levels in psoriatic arthritis.
For every 5 patients with RAs displaying improved disease activity scores or remission by clinical criteria, 2 will exhibit disease progression on MRI.
Patients with early RA treated with very low-dose glucocorticoids over 7 years experienced similar toxicity as patients who were not treated with glucocorticoids.
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