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News: Tacrolimus Aids Joint Remodeling in Rheumatoid Arthritis

When added to a regimen of low-dose methotrexate, the calcineurin inhibitor was found to increase bone formation in a patient with erosive RA.

News: Closer Scrutiny of Chronic Pain Patients Needed

A new study links high costs to patients with chronic pain conditions and an opioid prescription.

News: Improved Survival Odds Following Hip & Knee Replacements

Decreases in mortality rates following elective hip and knee replacement surgeries since 2004 may be partly due to modern surgical techniques and better pre- and post-op care.

News: Skin Oils Act as Natural, Tissue-Specific Autoantigens

The results of this study identify natural lipids present in the skin that augment and inhibit human T cell response, supporting the idea that lipids are T cell antigens.

Features: U.S. Bone and Joint Initiative Summit Examines Quality of Patient-Centered Musculoskeletal Care

Physicians discuss definition, implementation of best clinical practices for patient care at multidisciplinary meeting last November

Features: Benefits, Challenges of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound in Rheumatology

A rheumatology medical trainee relays pros, cons of ultrasound as joint imaging modality and usefulness in diagnosing, managing patients with rheumatologic disease

Features: 7 Things Ophthalmologists Want Rheumatologists to Know

Careful collaboration is key to treating patients with rheumatic or inflammatory diseases that affect the eyes

Features: Rheumatologists Make Progress Defining Spectrum of Axial Spondyloarthritis

New research clarifies terminology used for diagnosis, but questions remain around epidemiology, genetics and management of patients with axial skeletal inflammation

News: Understanding the Role of Citrullination in Rheumatoid Arthritis

Activation of peptidylarginine deiminases during complement and perforin activity may be at the core of citrullinated autoantigen production in RA.

News: Synthetic Hydrogel (aka Squishy Gel) Could Revolutionize Arthritis Treatment

Squishy gel could include a chemical compound capable of helping repair, restore or regenerate cartilage in a joint.



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