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Synonyms for Ra

an intensely radioactive metallic element that occurs in minute amounts in uranium ores

ancient Egyptian sun god with the head of a hawk


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(astronomy) the equatorial coordinate specifying the angle, measured eastward along the celestial equator, from the vernal equinox to the intersection of the hour circle that passes through an object in the sky

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Sifting through data from the primary care Clinical Practice Research Datalink, the researchers found 22,677 cases of RA, matched them to more than 90,000 healthy controls, and clinically followed these people for an average of 10 years before they received a diagnosis of RA.
The burr catheter was prophylactically irrigated with a cocktail flush fluid to prevent slow flow occurring during or after RA. In the RA+CB group, the CB (Flextome, Boston Scientific) was used after RA and before stent implantation with a diameter/artery ratio of 0.8-1.0.
However, insufficient information is available for obtaining a systematic and holistic view of whether miRNA dysfunction might play an essential role in relation to FLS in RA. This review therefore focuses on the potential roles played by miRNAs in RA development and maintenance, with emphasis laid on RA FLS.
If you are diagnosed with RA, see a rheumatologist who specializes in treating RA. If you do have RA rather than the most common type of arthritis, osteoarthritis, Dr.
Similarly in another study, serum CRP was found to correlate with RA activity and important in objective evaluation of RA. Both ESR and CRP are extensively used for monitoring disease activity in RA.
Pre-rheumatoid arthritis (pre-RA) is used to designate events before the clinical occurrence of RA. This stage is characterized by the presence of abnormalities in immune function and responses in the absence of clinical manifestations of autoimmune tissue injury (1).
Researchers say this is the first such study of its kind to specifically assess adverse effects of glucocorticoid therapy, even though it has been widely used in early RA. (Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, February 2017.)
In a study published in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, researchers found that taking TNFis was associated with a 39 percent lower heart attack risk in patients with RA. Researchers compared the health records of more than 11,000 RA patients taking TNFis with the records of about 3,000 RA patients taking synthetic disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (sDMARDs), another common RA treatment.
Pavement Property with RA. The conclusions of our previous study about RA's instability are as follows [11].
[17.] Safadi RA. Prevalence of recurrent aphthous ulceration in Jordanian dental patients.
Ischemic heart disease and heart failure now rep- resent one of the most common causes of death in RA. Indeed, RA appears to represent an independ- ent risk factor for ischemic heart disease, similar to diabetes mellitus.3
In the present study we evaluated the contribution of some heavy metals (i.e., Cu, Zn, Pb, Co and Ni) in causing RA.
* Sales of anti-TNFs are expected to decline due to the introduction of biosimilars and other novel biologics and small molecules to treat RA.
That rate was sixfold higher in seropositive women with RA.
In the study, 2,831 patients with RA were matched with control patients without RA. Participants were asked about any infections they had in the previous two years before they had RA.