Rheumatoid Arthritis

It’s long term chronic inflammation of joints. It can affect any joint but pre-dominantly affects small joints of hands.
  • Joint pain & stiffness especially early morning or 73 weeks, swelling, reduced movement, bumps over small joint.
  • RA most often occurs in people from age of 30-50 years but can occur in any age & is more common in women.
  • The exact cause is not known but it’s an autoimmune disorder diagnosis.
  • Blood tests like Sr. RA factor, ESR, LRP, XRAY.

It depends upon severity of symptoms there is no crown cure but the goal of treatment is often to limit pain & inflammation.

Surgical Treatment

  • Surgical Cleaning: It removes inflamed tissues from joint.
  • Joint replacement in advanced cares.
  • Joint fusion may be performed in your patients.
  • Disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs.
  • Splints to reduce pain & strengths joint.
  • Physiotherapy.

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