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Antirheumatic activity of fenclofenac.
  1. H Berry,
  2. A W Ford-Hutchinson,
  3. A V Camp,
  4. D Heywood,
  5. M G Molloy,
  6. D W James,
  7. E B Hamilton

    Abstract

    This study has set out to establish whether fenclofenac has an antirheumatic effect in addition to its anti-inflammatory and analgesic activity. The results show that during the course of a 6-month study the drug improved clinical parameters, including the articular index, early morning stiffness, ring sizes, and grip strength, and produced changes in laboratory measurements such as the levels of C-reactive protein, IgG, and rheumatoid factor.

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