Hand Rheumatoid Arthritis Video

Rheumatoid arthritis of the hand occurs when the tissue lining the joints becomes inflamed and swollen, and is seen most often in the wrist and knuckles. Specific symptoms include the formation of nodules along the fingers, soft lumps on the back of the hand, and angulations or deformity of the fingers. This animation outlines the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for rheumatoid arthritis of the hand.