To quell any worries of lymphoma, if it is at that much of a thought in your physicians mind to even think it...a lymph biopsy can correctly diagnose lymphoma & the stage of it. Many objective clinical symptoms have to be present before even going the route of an aspiration biopsy.
Mostly all of the inflammation markers the body makes are pretty common in most inflammatory arthritis'...as well as anemia (anemia can be a hallmark of RA as well).
Are you taking any meds currently for psoriasis?
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