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7 : 5 : 2 : 1, it has a one-sided character, 4 times more often characterized by acute course, whereas in the 2nd group the anterior variant of this ophthalmopathy is typical, in the every second case there was the bilateral intermittent uveitis, and regardless of age at the disease onset it is closely related with high AS activity. In patients with JAS there is a correlation with gonarthritis and encephalopathy, in other cases with the integral index of arthritis activity, the coxitis presence and spondylopathy prevalence. In its turn, in the observations of the AS in 1st and 2nd groups the multidirectional connections the pathogenetic architectonics of ophthalmopathy with serum C-reactive protein concentration were determined, and therefore high rates of immunoglobulin G and tumor necrotic factor α are risk factors. Conclusions. The AS onset in childhood is a risk factor for the severe course of such ophthalmopathy as uveitis.
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