The term "Arthritis" is frequently used to refer to any condition that affects the joints, despite the fact that joint inflammation is a symptom or indicator rather than a precise diagnosis. Where two bones touch, like in your elbow or knee, are joints. Different forms of arthritis exist. Other organs, such as your eyes, heart, or skin, may also be damaged by several disorders that cause arthritis. Fortunately, the majority of people with arthritis may lead active, useful lives because of modern medicines.

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