Arthritis is a type of inflammatory autoimmune disease and is a musculoskeletal condition which is caused by the body’s joints. The areas most commonly affected include the hands, fingers, hips, knees and spine. The disease commonly affects older people but anybody could develop the condition. If a person feels this temperature in their joint it could be an early symptom.
Arthritis is a condition which describes damage to the joints within the body. Joints are where bones join or meet and enable the bones to move around and have a level of flexibility.
Most of the pain and symptoms of arthritis comes from the joints and when a person feels a warmth it could be arthritis.
Oxford Biodynamics PLC (LON:OBD) was spun out from Oxford University in June 2007 with the aim of translating fundamental scientific advances into a commercialised platform technology and a new generation of biomarkers for cancer and other diseases. OBD’s RA programme is focused on a development of several disease-specific stratifications.