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BOF: 3.121

You are in the rheumatology clinic with a medical student. The last patient seen was a young man with ankylosing spondylitis and the consultant had recommended starting the patient on anti TNF antibodies

The medical student asks you what the main site of production of TNF (tumour necrosis factor) is. You reply that TNF is mainly produced by:

a)      Lymphocytes

b)      Fibroblasts

c)      Macrophages

d)     Mast cells

e)      Endothelial cells

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