In about 20 to 30 percent of cases patients with RA develop bumps under the skin These are called nodules and develop most often on the arms elbows feet and knees Nodules are caused by inflammation in small blood vessels They are typically the size of a pea and in rare cases can become infected Be sure to tell your doctor if you develop these bumps as they may be an indicator that the disease is becoming more active

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In about 20 to 30 percent of cases, patients with RA develop bumps under the skin. These are called nodules and develop most often on the arms, elbows, feet, and knees. Nodules are caused by inflammation in small blood vessels. They are typically the size of a pea, and in rare cases can become infected. Be sure to tell your doctor if you develop these bumps, as they may be an indicator that the disease is becoming more active.

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In about 20 to 30 percent of cases, patients with RA develop bumps under the skin. These are called nodules and develop most often on the arms, elbows, feet, and knees. Nodules are caused by inflammation in small blood vessels. They are typically the size of a pea, and in rare cases can become infected. Be sure to tell your doctor if you develop these bumps, as they may be an indicator that the disease is becoming more active. #ExemptiaCare #RheumatoidArthritis #Arthritis

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