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Chronic post-rheumatic fever (Jaccoud’s) arthropathy involving carpometacarpal joints
  1. G Goyal,
  2. R Thakur,
  3. S Singh

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Jaccoud’s arthropathy, although rare, is well known to cardiologists as a cause of correctable deformities of the hands and feet, particularly of the metacarpophalangeal and metatarsophalangeal joints, in chronic rheumatic heart disease patients.

A 30-year-old man presented with history of migratory polyarthritis 12 years previously, with deformities of the hands and feet for …

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