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1. Malignant histiocytosis and encephalomyeloradiculopathy complicating coeliac disease.


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2. Identification of distinct polarized macrophage subsets in inflammatory arthritis


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3. Malignant histiocytosis and encephalomyeloradiculopathy complicating coeliac disease.

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4. Identification of distinct polarized macrophage subsets in inflammatory arthritis

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5. Identification of distinct polarized macrophage subsets in inflammatory arthritis

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6. Laparoscopic diagnostic peritoneal lavage (L-DPL): A method for evaluation of penetrating abdominal stab wounds

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7. Laparoscopic diagnostic peritoneal lavage (L-DPL): A method for evaluation of penetrating abdominal stab wounds


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9. Expression of Tie2 and Ang-1 is related to the development of persistent and erosive disease in patients with early arthritis


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10. The Ang-1/Tie2 angiogenic axis is selectively engaged in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) synovial tissue even before ACR criteria of RA are met


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