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Once inflammation sets in, is there any way to reverse the process?
Ara Dikranian, MD
San Diego Arthritis Medical Center, San Diego, CA

Date Added: 04/20/13

We know as inflammation sets in in rheumatoid arthritis that it's a progressive and almost always a downhill course that can ultimately lead to irreversible joint damage. Obviously, the inflammation in these autoimmune conditions is what leads to the pain, the stiffness, and the swelling that people...
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Ara Dikranian, MD, is a Rheumatologist at the San Diego Arthritis Medical Clinic, a single-specialty private practice in San Diego, California. Dr. Dikranian was board certified in rheumatology in 2000. He completed his medical school at the University of Southern California and Rheumatology training at the University of California San Diego. Dr. Dikranian has practiced rheumatology in the US and abroad since 2000 and is involved in clinical trials dealing with rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, lupus, gout, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis and chronic pain.
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