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A Question and Answer Approach to Rheumatoid Arthritis Disease Activity

Daniel Aletaha, MD, and Josef Smolen, MD
Disease activity is a pivotal term when considering the treatment of chronic, inflammatory, rheumatic diseases. Disease activity issues related to RA arediscussed in this review. The authors address the issue of disease activity in RA by raising and addressing a number of central questions that are relevant to rheumatologists and other physicians caring for patients with this, and other,diseases.
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