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rheumatology - rash

Posted By: jeeperbelle on 2008-11-19
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Subject: rheumatology - rash

Help please.  Patient with rheumatoid arthritis...s/l "no geofication of rash"....or maybe "judification of rash".  Or something similar.  Thank you so much.


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