A properly functioning immune system protects the body s tissues from viruses and bacteria However immune cells mistakenly attack the body s own tissues namely the smooth lining of the joints called the synovium in individuals with RA The synovium produces the fluid that lubricates and nourishes cartilage in the joint When the immune cells attack they cause inflammation which gradually destroys cartilage and erodes bone Over time joints become deformed and permanently damaged

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A properly functioning immune system protects the body’s tissues from viruses and bacteria. However, immune cells mistakenly attack the body’s own tissues—namely, the smooth lining of the joints, called the synovium—in individuals with RA.

The synovium produces the fluid that lubricates and nourishes cartilage in the joint. When the immune cells attack, they cause inflammation, which gradually destroys cartilage and erodes bone. Over time, joints become deformed and permanently damaged.

#ExemptiaCare #RheumatoidArthritis #Arthritis

A properly functioning immune system protects the body’s tissues from viruses and bacteria. However, immune cells mistakenly attack the body’s own tissues—namely, the smooth lining of the joints, called the synovium—in individuals with RA. The synovium produces the fluid that lubricates and nourishes cartilage in the joint. When the immune cells attack, they cause inflammation, which gradually destroys cartilage and erodes bone. Over time, joints become deformed and permanently damaged. #ExemptiaCare #RheumatoidArthritis #Arthritis

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