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Arthritis Mutilans
Arthritis mutilans is a type of psoriatic arthritis that can cause persistent inflammation and joint damage. It affects up to 5 percent of people. While it most often affects the joints of the hands and feet, the neck or lower back can also be affected. With arthritis mutilans, permanent deformity and disability can occur.
 
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