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QUEST-RA: quantitative clinical assessment of patients with rheumatoid arthritis seen in standard rheumatology care in 15 countries
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    Characteristics of patients with rheumatoid arthritis in Hungary: comparison with the QUEST-RA study
    • Marta Pentek, MD
    • Other Contributors:
      • Valentin Brodszky, Edit Toth, and Laszlo Gulacsi

    Dear Editor, Sokka et al reported results of a survey of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients from 15 countries in 2005-2006, the QUEST-RA study.[1] A similar cross sectional survey was performed in 2004 in Hungary by rheumatologists involving 257 consecutive patients with RA attending routine visits to 6 hospital based outpatient rheumatology centres. Detailed description of the study and certain disease parameters has been publ...

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