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Rheumatoid rosette in juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
  1. A. M. Prieur,
  2. J. F. Bach,
  3. C. Griscelli,
  4. C. Judet,
  5. J. J. Ballet,
  6. C. Bach,
  7. P. Mozziconacci

    Abstract

    The rheumatoid rosette test was performed in 159 children. Positive results were found more frequently in juvenile rheumatoid arthritis when more than four joints were involved. It is not to be considered as a diagnostic test since `false positive' tests occur in other diseases. The immunological significance of the rosette test is discussed.

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