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Apostolos Kontzias, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Director, Autoinflammatory Clinic, Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Joint disorders may be inflammatory (RA, spondyloarthropathies, crystal-induced arthritis) or relatively less inflammatory (osteoarthritis, neurogenic arthropathy). Crystal-induced arthritis and infectious arthritis are discussed elsewhere in The Manual.
Last full review/revision February 2017 by Apostolos Kontzias, MD
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