Chronic synovitis of joints and tendon sheaths is classified under a number of clinical syndromes. The majority of patients coming to the surgeon will fall within the category of rheumatoid arthritis.
KeywordsArthritis Lymphoma Corticosteroid Rubber Hydrocortisone
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