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Anne Watson

Lecturer in clinical practice in the pharmaceutical care health service unit and Southern General hospital NHS trust

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  • Pharmaceutical care (7) Arthritis

    8 JAN 2000

    Arthritis, which includes osteoarthritis, inflammatory arthritis and gout, affects about 10 per cent of the adult UK population, although estimates of prevalence are made difficult by diagnostic uncertainties.1,2,3 Osteoarthritis (OA) is most common and affects as many as 10-20 per cent of those aged >64 years.4 Inflammatory arthritic conditions, which include rheumatoid arthritis (RA), juvenile chronic arthritis, psoriatic arth

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