Symptoms Other Than Swollen Joints
Approximately forty percent of individuals with rheumatoid arthritis may also experience symptoms in the lungs, heart, eyes, skin, kidneys, salivary glands, blood vessels, nerve tissue, and bone marrow. Symptoms may come and go as the disease becomes activated and then goes into periods of remission. Chronic rheumatoid arthritis may cause deformation of joints. It may also cause them to become enlarged or shift out of place. This is most common in the joints of the hands and feet.
Keep reading to learn more about rheumatoid arthritis. The common causes of this condition are up next!