Secondary Amyloidosis Associated with Chronic Arthritis in Rabbits
As the incidence of chronic infectious diseases has marked decreased due to progress of chemotherapy with antibiotics in many countries in recent years, rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is now recognized as one of the commonest underlying diseases in secondary amyloidosis(1,2).
KeywordsAmyloid Deposit Methyl Violet Secondary Amyloidosis Fibrillar Material Japanese White Rabbit
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