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Abbreviation : RN
Long Form : rheumatoid nodules
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2017 Low Prevalence of Nodules in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients in Kuwait: A Description and a Comparison of Patients from the Kuwait Registry for Rheumatic Diseases. RA, RF
2017 Subcutaneous Granuloma Annulare. SGA
2014 Multiple intracranial nodules associated with rheumatoid arthritis: case report. RA
2012 Exaggerated circulating Th-1 cytokine response in early rheumatoid arthritis patients with nodules. SDAI, Th1
2011 The presence of rheumatoid nodules at early rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis is a sign of extra-articular disease and predicts radiographic progression of joint destruction over 5 years. anti-CCP, RA, RF, SHS
2009 A novel treatment for rheumatoid nodules (RN) with intralesional fluorouracil. ---
2008 Colocalization of C4d deposits/CD68+ macrophages in rheumatoid nodule and granuloma annulare: immunohistochemical evidence of a complement-mediated mechanism in fibrinoid necrosis. ACR, GA, RA, SGA
2003 Incidence of rheumatoid nodule in Dalmatia: similarities and differences among populations. OR, RA
2002 Expression of the histiocytic marker PG-M1 in granuloma annulare and rheumatoid nodules of the skin. GA
10  1999 Detection of sarcolectin-specific receptors like the cytokine macrophage migration inhibitory factor in rheumatoid nodules. MIF, RA
11  1998 HLA DRB1* alleles in rheumatoid nodulosis: a comparative study with rheumatoid arthritis with and without nodules. RA, RF
12  1998 [Occurrence of subcutaneous rheumatoid nodules in patients with rheumatoid arthritis in Croatia]. RA
13  1988 Rheumatoid nodule and subcutaneous granuloma annulare. A comparative histologic study. SGA
14  1984 A combined immunohistological and histochemical analysis of lymphocyte and macrophage subpopulations in the rheumatoid nodule. ACP, ACP, ATP