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How Can Autoimmune Arthritis Diagnosis Be Improved?

Why Rheumatoid Arthritis diagnosis must be improved We have over 60 Rheumatoid Arthritis diagnosis stories here on Rheumatoid Arthritis Warrior. In some ways they’re all unique, but there are common threads. One familiar theme is that Rheumatoid Arthritis diagnosis is often difficult or protracted or confusing. This is not only true for Rheumatoid Arthritis, but for...Continue reading      20 Comments » Read more

New Criteria for Rheumatoid Arthritis

New criteria for studying Rheumatoid Arthritis Last October at their convention, the American College of Rheumatology unveiled the revised criteria for classification of Rheumatoid Arthritis (for more detail on how the point system works, please click that link). This month, in coordination with the European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR), they have announced that the new guidelines have...Continue reading      11 Comments » Read more

What about Classic Rheumatoid Arthritis?

Wondering about a classic Rheumatoid Arthritis Almost one year ago, I asked Is There a Typical Rheumatoid Arthritis? That was the night I sat in a hotel room reading case studies about Rheumatoid Arthritis in the DIP joint (fingertip) after a not-so-enlightening visit with a character I now call Dr. Dip. I had no idea whether I...Continue reading      90 Comments » Read more

3 Myths about RA that are Rheumatoid Arthritis Facts

The blog will be a year old on Monday. I’m using this time to reflect on some things that struck me this year. Some conventional Rheumatoid Arthritis facts are also mythical RA is such a tricky disease that even Rheumatoid Arthritis facts can be a bit ambiguous. Here are three accepted facts that are full of mystery. Rheumatoid...Continue reading      28 Comments » Read more

The Rheumatoid Arthritis Diagnosis Mystery

Mysterious flares For me, a Rheumatoid Arthritis diagnosis was a very long process. From the teen years on, sudden painful flares attacked my hands, feet, hips, and shoulders – only I had no idea they were called flares. The whole process seemed rather comical, like a scene from a Dick Van Dyke episode: healthy girl falls down...Continue reading      21 Comments » Read more
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