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* [[Ankylosing spondylitis]]
 
* [[Ankylosing spondylitis]]
   
Secondary to other diseases of interest to psychologists:
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Secondary to other diseases:
 
* [[Lupus erythematosus]]
 
* [[Lupus erythematosus]]
 
* [[Henoch-Schönlein purpura]]
 
* [[Henoch-Schönlein purpura]]
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* [[Haemochromatosis]]
 
* [[Haemochromatosis]]
 
* [[Hepatitis]]
 
* [[Hepatitis]]
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* [[Wegener's granulomatosis]] (and many other [[vasculitis]] syndromes)
 
* [[Lyme disease]]
 
* [[Lyme disease]]
 
* [[Familial Mediterranean fever]]
 
* [[Familial Mediterranean fever]]
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Diseases that can mimic arthritis include:
 
Diseases that can mimic arthritis include:
 
* [[Chronic illness]]
 
* [[Chronic illness]]
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* [[Fifth disease]]
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* [[Multiple myeloma]]
 
* [[Osteoporosis]]
 
* [[Osteoporosis]]
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==Treatment==
 
==Treatment==

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