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The diagnostic criteria for juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (JRA) include:
 
  a. onset before age 16 c. loss of feeling or motion
  b. duration of at least 2 weeks d. subnormal temperature
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A Correct. The diagnostic criteria for JRA includes onset before 16 years of age; arthritis of at least 6 weeks duration; a defined subtype (by onset characteristics); and exclusion of other conditions.
B Incorrect. The diagnostic criteria for JRA includes arthritis of at least 6 weeks duration.
C Incorrect. The diagnostic criteria for JRA does not include loss of feeling or motion.
D Incorrect. The diagnostic criteria for JRA does not include subnormal temperature.
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