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Rheumatology – Aweso

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apple green birefringent with congo red amyloid deposition
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PPX for CPPD standing NSAIDs
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How long do you treat a patient with ankylosing spondylosis with NSAIDs before you consider calling it a treatment failure? If the patient does not adequately respond to a minimum of two different trials of NSAIDs used at least 4 weeks total, Then eternacept if no axial dz or iritis. If axial or iritis, then adalimumab.
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