What is Rheumatoid arthritis ?

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1    is a localised condition

2    occurs as a consequence of trauma

3    affects synovial joints

 

A    1, 2, 3

B    1, 2 only

C    2, 3 only

D    1 only

E    3 only

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  1. E is the answer and there is no winner to this question.
    Details Below:
    Rheumatoid arthritis is associated with inflammation of the synovial membrane
    of different joints. It is not a localised condition and affects different joints
    commonly in the hands, wrists, knees, feet and shoulders. Trigger factors are
    not clear but there is evidence that the condition is immune-mediated.

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