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Reumatoid artritis og håndkirurgi

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Anne Sofie Rosenborg Peretz1, Ole Rintek Madsen1, Elisabeth Brogren2, Lars Dahlin2 & Niels Henrik Søe3 1) Videncenter for Reumatologi og Rygsygdomme, Gentofte Hospital 2) Department of Hand Surgery, Skånes Universitetssjukhus, Malmö 3) Klinik for Håndkirurgi, Gentofte Hospital Ugeskr Læger 2017;179:V09160677
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Ugeskr Læger 2017;179:V09160677
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Rheumatoid arthritis and hand surgery
Rheumatoid arthritis results in characteristic deformities of the hand. Medical treatment has undergone a remarkable development. However, not all patients achieve remission or tolerate the treatment. Patients who suffer from deformities and persistent synovitis may be candidates for hand surgery, for which the main goals are pain relief and improved function. Surgical interventions can be divided into prophylactic and therapeutic procedures. The treatment strategy is individual and depends on close collaboration between rheumatologists, hand surgeons and patients.

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