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What are the differences between "inflammatory arthritis" and "inflammatory osteoarthritis"?

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Dr. Kamlesh Desai
Family Medicine
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In brief: Arthritis

None.

In brief: Arthritis

None.
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Dr. Craig Morton
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine

In brief: Mechanism of injury

"inflammatory arthritis" likely refers to rheumatoid arthritis (RA) which is an autoimmune disease whereby the body's immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue.
Osteoarthritis is the natural "wear and tear" that occurs over time to the cartilage in the joints.

In brief: Mechanism of injury

"inflammatory arthritis" likely refers to rheumatoid arthritis (RA) which is an autoimmune disease whereby the body's immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue.
Osteoarthritis is the natural "wear and tear" that occurs over time to the cartilage in the joints.
Dr. Craig Morton
Dr. Craig Morton
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