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Spontaneous rheumatoid fistula of the elbow joint.
  1. G. Huston,
  2. R. J. Newman
  1. Seacroft Hospital, Leeds, UK.


    A case of rheumatoid arthritis, whose presenting problem was a non-infective fistula of the elbow joint, is described. Penicillamine therapy was ineffective, but synovectomy led to healing.

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