Could It Be Pseudogout?

Be aware of a condition that can mimic other types of arthritis.

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The sudden appearance of a painful, warm, swollen joint often signals an attack of gout. The symptoms are also typical of a condition called calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease (CPDD). Because of the similarity, CPDD is commonly called pseudogout. Gout is not the only condition CPDD can mimic. It can also cause symptoms similar to osteoarthritis or […]
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