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For teens with arthritis, which joints or limbs tend to be affected?

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Dr. Thomas Namey
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Many!

In teenagers, the knee joint is most often affected, but there are many close seconds.
Ankle, wrist, hip. Tendonitis and periosteal inflammation (heel, etc) are not uncommon. The sacroiliac joints as well.

In brief: Many!

In teenagers, the knee joint is most often affected, but there are many close seconds.
Ankle, wrist, hip. Tendonitis and periosteal inflammation (heel, etc) are not uncommon. The sacroiliac joints as well.
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