Rheumatoid arthritis factor

What is Rheumatoid arthritis factor?

This is a factor found in the blood of patients of rhematoid arthritis.This is commonly referred to as RA factor and is helpful in diagnosing a case of Rheumatoid Arthritis.

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I submit below case history of prolong illness of my wife. I do also enclose...

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Treatment seems to be proceeding in right direction. Wait and watch.

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Lab results from urinalysis
WBC 6-10 abnormal
Epithelial Cells non renal >10 abnormal

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Findings may be due to UTI and arthritis.

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Urine analysis findings may suggest urinary tract infection(UTI)....

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I have a strong pain sensation in both my upper arms at the inside from the armpit to the elbow. I feel the painful sensation is inside...

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Cervical spondylosis is a possibility.Please upload MRI.A few questions.

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