Welcome back to the blog! The first Rheumatology Quiz went down an absolute storm so here we are with the second! Don’t forget to share your score…

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This weeks legend of the blog is Alistair Beverley. His advocation for people with Learning Disabilities is second to none and his determination for equality is unbelievable. Follow him on twitter and learn…

This quiz centres around Rheumatoid Arthritis. Once completed, why not share your score with the world!

#1. All Rheumatoid Arthritis patients will have bilateral symptoms

#2. An extra-articular feature of Rheumatoid Arthritis is achilles tendinopathy

#3. Inflammatory marker testing is always positive in Rheumatoid Arthritis

#4. You suspect RA - What bloods would you order?

#5. Development of RA is associated with:

Select all that apply:

#6. RA outcomes are worsened by:

Select all that apply:

#7. RA Outcomes are improved by:

Select all that apply:

#8. Rheumatoid Arthritis affects

Select all that apply:

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Results

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Music Choice: Charlie Simpson – “Parachutes”

“I don’t need a parachute
You don’t need to ask if I’m okay
I can look after myself

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