Pain in Rheumatic Diseases

Almost typically, in rheumatoid arthritis, rheumatic discomfort is localized. It might just affect a particular area of the body (like the shoulder girdle) or a single structure in numerous locations (e.g., the peripheral joints). The process of localizing the symptoms is the most significant component of the musculoskeletal history from the perspective of specific diagnosis.

Related Conference of Rheumatology