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http://images.google.com/images?q=tb...soriasis-S.jpg 40-year-old man presents with a 4-year history of joint pain. The distribution is asymmetric, involving the proximal and distal small joints of the right hand, the left knee, the ankle, and right elbow. Pain and morning stiffness are moderate. Physical examination reveals mild nail pitting, and the distal third interphalangeal joint is partially subluxated. X-rays of the hands show resorption of the distal end of the phalanx. The erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) is elevated to 50 mm/hr, and rheumatoid factor is negative. Nails are shown above in the picture. What is this disease? 1-Osteoarthritis 2-Gout 3-Rheumatoid Arthritis 4-Septic Arthritis 5-Reiter Syndrome 6-Pseudogout 7-Psoriatic arthritis

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40-year-old man presents with a 4-year history of joint pain. The distribution is asymmetric, involving the proximal and distal small joints of the right hand, the left knee, the ankle, and right elbow. Pain and morning stiffness are moderate. Physical examination reveals mild nail pitting, and the distal third interphalangeal joint is partially subluxated. X-rays of the hands show resorption of the distal end of the phalanx. The erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) is elevated to 50 mm/hr, and rheumatoid factor is negative. Nails are shown above in the picture. What is this disease?
1-Osteoarthritis
2-Gout
3-Rheumatoid Arthritis
4-Septic Arthritis
5-Reiter Syndrome
6-Pseudogout
7-Psoriatic arthritis

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