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What are my chances of going blind with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis jra?

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Dr. Pierre Moeser
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Small

First, you need to know which type of jra (a.
K.A. Jia or juvenile idiopathic arthritis) you have as the risk of eye disease varies with the different types. Even if you are in a category of increased risk, the chance of blindness is small with proper screening and follow-up.

In brief: Small

First, you need to know which type of jra (a.
K.A. Jia or juvenile idiopathic arthritis) you have as the risk of eye disease varies with the different types. Even if you are in a category of increased risk, the chance of blindness is small with proper screening and follow-up.
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