Could I Have RA?
Take this quiz to see if any of your symptoms are similar to rheumatoid arthritis.by Erin L. Boyle Health Writer
Our pro panel:
- Stuart D. Kaplan, M.D., chief of rheumatology at Mount Sinai South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside, NY
- Ellen M. Gravallese, M.D., chief, division of rheumatology, inflammation and immunity, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Theodore Bevier Bayles Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston
- Navya Parsa, M.D., a rheumatologist in private practice at Columbus Arthritis Center in Columbus, OH.
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