Last updated on:October 31st, 2021
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A 30 year old woman presents with episodic joint pain and stiffness of both hands for 1 year, which affects her activities of daily living.
There is no morning stiffness and she is well in-between episodes. She also complains of developing oral ulcers recently.
Her medical, drug and obstetric histories are unremarkable. Plain radiographs of both hands and feet are found to be normal.