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Emma, a 32-year-old with existing foot and hand pain, visits her healthcare professional after hand pain, neck stiffness, and worsening fatigue over the last 3 months.
Emma's healthcare professional conducts a full clinical history and physical examination and decides to test for rheumatoid arthritis.
These results, together with this patient's case history and symptoms, help her healthcare professional confirm the diagnosis.
Healthcare professional's management plan
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