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I am a rheumatologist and am visiting this site for the first time. I dont know why he is calling it a rare case. Gout is common and anyone with gout can have RA too and i have seen quite a few cases. Other thing which i am not quite sure is that how he diagnosed RA. There is never a synovial fluid which is "typical" for RA. Was RF high, was there Anti-CCP. And what was the evidence of RA compared to gout alone.
Posted by: shakaib on Jan 2006
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