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What is hand and finger Rheumatoid Arthritis?

Rheumatoid Arthritis is an auto-immune mediated systemic inflammatory condition that can damage the nourishing lining and cartilage surfaces of many different joints in the body. The small joints of the hand and wrist are particularly prone to being involved, and can suffer significant pain and/or deformity. The care of the Rheumatoid hand and wrist should be managed cooperatively by a rheumatologist and a hand specialist to minimize pain and optimize functionality.

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