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I am 47 years old and sadly it seems that I am already having problems with arthritis in my wrists (I honestly thought this attacks later in life). Anyway, the only question is if I am having the rheumatoid form or not and RTG is supposed to help in determining that. Can that procedure really help with diagnosing RA?

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It is one of the more efficient methods for determining the state of the joints in arthritis, whatever form a patient has. It can show the condition of cartilage, to help the doctors see how far the arthritis has progressed. Based on that, proper medications will be prescribed, maybe even a physical therapy.
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