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AA amyloidosis in chronic rheumatoid arthritis: any treatment options?  
A 60-year-old-man with a long history of rheumatoid arthritis is found to have AA amyloidosis in a renal biopsy. His creatinine is 2.0 mg/dl. What can be done? Eprodisate, colchicine, antiTNF or anti-IL6 agents? The experts opine on this difficult diagnosis. Join the discussion. 

Summary provided by Roger Rodby, MD, FASN.
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