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New insight into the rheumatoid vasculitis

. Best Pract Res Clin Rheumatol 2007; 21 (5): 907-27. 5. GENTA MS, GENTA RM, GABAY C. Systemic rheumatoid vasculitis: a review . Semin Arthritis Rheum. 2006; 36 : 88–98. 6. TURESSON C, MATTESON EL. Vasculitis in rheumatoid arthritis . Curr Opin Rheumatol. 2009; 21 (1): 35-40. 7. WATTS RA, MOONEY J, LANE SE, SCOTT DG. Rheumatoid vasculitis: becoming extinct? Rheumatology. 2004; 43 : 920–3. 8. BARTELS CM, BRIDGES AJ. Rheumatoid vasculitis: vanishing menace or target for new treatments? Curr Rheumatol Rep 2010; 12 (6): 414-9. 9

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Retraction of six papers from the Romanian Journal of Internal Medicine

References 1. COJOCARU M, CHICOŞ B. ASIA or Shoenfeld's syndrome - an autoimmune syndrome induced by adjuvants. Rom J Intern Med. 2013; 1(3-4):131-4. 2. COJOCARU M, COJOCARU IM, CHICOS B. New insight into the rheumatoid vasculitis.Rom J Intern Med. 2015; 53(2): 128-32. 3. COJOCARU IM, COJOCARU M, BUTNARU L, MIU G, TĂNĂSESCU R. Study of anti-endothelial cell antibodies in SLE patients with acute ischemic stroke. Rom J Intern Med. 2010; 48(2):173-7 4. DUMITRESCU AL, ZETU L, TESLARU S. Metabolic

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The impact of smoking on the activity of rheumatoid arthritis

rheumatoid arthritis: results from a population based case – control study, using incident cases. Ann Rheum Dis. 62(9),835-84 7. Nyhäll-Wåhlin B.M., Jacobsson L.T., Petersson I.F. & Turesson C. (2006). BARFOT study group. Smoking is a strong risk factor for rheumatoid nodules in early rheumatoid arthritis. Ann Rheum Dis. 65(5),601-606. 8. Struthers G.R., Scott D.L., Delamere J.P., Sheppeard H. & Kitt M. (1981). Smoking and rheumatoid vasculitis. Rheumatol Int. 1(3),145-146. 9. Nagai S., Hoshino Y., Hayashi M. & Ito I. (2000). Smoking

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Successful treatment of macrophage activation syndrome complicating adult-onset Still’s disease with tocilizumab: a case report

(Non-pruritic macular or maculopapular skin rash, usually found over the trunk or extremities during febrile episodes Leukocytosis (≥10 g/L) including 80% more of granulocytes Minor criteria: Sore throat Lymphadenopathy and/or splenomegaly Liver dysfunction Negative rheumatoid factor and negative antinuclear antibodies Exclusion criteria: Infections (especially sepsis and infectious mononucleosis) Malignancies (especially malignant lymphoma) Rheumatic diseases (especially polyarteritis nodosa and rheumatoid vasculitis with

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