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Interpreting Blood Tests in Rheumatology

By H. B. Stein

Abstract

The diagnosis of most rheumatic conditions is based on clinical findings. Blood tests help to narrow down the differential diagnosis in a problem rheumatologic case, and may help determine the activity and severity of the disease being followed, but should not be relied upon in isolation

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