Rheumatoid Arthritis is a common condition, affecting almost 1% of the UK population, meaning that most GPs will see and treat it within their practice. Rheumatoid Arthritis in Practice is devised to give GPs an overview of the wide and varied treatment options open to them.
This is a comprehensive guide to the anatomy, aetiology, diagnosis and the treatment of this common condition. Current and novel therapies are discussed in detail, with generous reference sections for further study.
Aimed at junior hospital doctors and general practitioners, the In Practice Series has been devised by RSM Press to present clearcut and accessible opinion-leader advice and summary facts relevant to everyday clinical practice.