Rheumatoid arthritis: diagnosis and management

The American Journal of Medicine
Vikas Majithia, Stephen A Geraci


Accurate diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis may be difficult early in its course and demands high clinical suspicion, astute examination, and appropriate investigations. Early use of disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs and biologics has improved outcomes but requires close monitoring of disease course and adverse events.


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