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Anti-serum amyloid component P (SAP) antibodies in SLE patients correlate with disease activity

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    31 clinical manifestations reported in the clinic at anytime from the diagnosis were determined and correlated with elevated anti-SAP antibody titers. The manifestations were: thrombosis, abortion, photosensitivity, stomatitis, arthritis, myalgia, convulsions, depression, neuropathy, psychosis, pleuritis, endocarditis, pericarditis, constant eye burning, conjunctivitis, dryness of mouth, diffuse hair loss, alopecia areata, Raynaud�s syndrome, abnormal pregnancy, cutaneous vasculitis, acral necrosis, discoid erythema, malar rash, lymphadenopathy, hemolytic anemia, thrombocytopenia, lupoid hepatitis, myositis, pneumonitis, nephritis.

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