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how much rheumatoid factor is normal

Problem description: What is the normal rheumatoid factor? Supplementary explanation: What is the normal rheumatoid factor?

Answer: Under normal conditions, the rheumatoid factor is usually 0-20 units per milliliter. It is usually found in clinical medicine that some patients have reduced rheumatoid factor, but there is no rheumatoid arthritis. Therefore, it is recommended that you go to the outpatient clinic of the hospital for further tests to confirm the diagnosis, such as checking anti-O and erythrocyte sedimentation rate at the same time.

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