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The main differential here is RA vs SLE. They have many overlapping signs and symptoms (including pleuritis and pericarditis - as well as scleritis), but the key differentiating factor is that RA typically doesn't involve KIDNEY damage.
Lupus, however, is well known for causing DPGN.