Hematologic disorders in rheumatic diseases

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Abstract

Hematologic diseases often have musculoskeletal manifestations, and their diagnosis and treatment are relevant to the rheumatologist. Primary disorders of the blood such as hemophilia or sickle-cell disease may affect bones, joints, or soft tissues. Recent clinical, epidemiologic, and radiographic studies are reviewed.

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