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2009 (Vol. 1, Issue: 2)
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Etiopathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis may be misunderstood of non-infectious-A review on infectious etiology of RA

Sambandam Subramanian
Corresponding Author:  Sambandam Subramanian 

Key words:  Autoimmunity, arthritis, pathogens, microbes, virus, bacteria,
Vol. 1 , (2): Page No: 1-9
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2009 June, 05
Abstract:

Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) the musculoskeletal disease of joints, mainly affects elderly people and some cases juvenile rathritis also reported. Until now no particular etiological reason put for initiation and development of the disease. The understanding rheumatoid arthritis has paramount importance, besides no particular mechanisms postulated for etiology have been well documented. In recent times many studies have given satisfactory explanation for infection and immunity for etiology. Many studies indicate soon after or during infection elsewhere in body play important role behind it. In this review some studies pertain to infectious arthritis were reviewed under rheumatoid manifestation for better understanding of etiopathogenesis of rheumatism.
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Sambandam Subramanian, 2009. Etiopathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis may be misunderstood of non-infectious-A review on infectious etiology of RA.  Asian Journal of Medical Sciences, 1(2): Page No: 1-9.
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