Finger joint calcinosis followed by osteolysis in a patient with multisystem connective tissue disease and anti-Jo-1 antibody.

The Journal of rheumatology

PubMedID: 3498039

Cohen MG, Ho KK, Webb J. Finger joint calcinosis followed by osteolysis in a patient with multisystem connective tissue disease and anti-Jo-1 antibody. J Rheumatol. 1987;14(3):605-8.
The unique progression of distal interphalangeal finger joint calcinosis to total joint osteolysis in a patient with multisystem connective tissue disease is reported. Despite being anti-nuclear antibody negative, anti-Jo-1 antibody was detected.