Is Your Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment Working? Here’s How to Tell

Your rheumatologist may need to conduct tests, like MRIs or ultrasounds, to determine if your current RA treatment is really working. Learn more in this video.

Medically reviewed in April 2020.

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