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Progress in treatments for pediatric rheumatic diseases, collaborative clinical trials, and personalized therapeutic approaches highlight the past year in rheumatology
Meeting: ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting 2013: Thousands of Rheumatology Professionals Gather To Learn, Network
The ACR/ARHP's 77th annual convention in San Diego last October attracted more than 15,000 attendees to mix, mingle, and take in educational, training, and clinical sessions
Features: Doest Rheumatoid Arthritis Take a Toll?
Studies are beginning to shed light on the mechanisms by which structural and regulatory components of the joint may directly contribute to the progression of the disease by serving as fuel for the flames of the inflammatory process mediated through Toll-like receptors (TLRs).
With no clear-cut, evidence-based dietary guidelines for RA, rheumatologists should advocate for a balanced diet to help patients reduce their risk of obesity, cardiovascular disease, and osteoporosis
Features: Choosing Wisely’s Treatments,Tests that Pediatric Rheumatologists and Patients Should Question
From autoantibody panels to assays for Lyme disease, the ACR and ABIM Foundation identify five common tests that are expensive, potentially harmful, and may not improve patient care
Beyond biologic agents, scientists study cytokines, chemokines, and the interface between inflammatory and neural/secretory pathways
Rheumatologists Gerd R. Burmester, MD, of Berlin, and Michael B. Brenner, MD, of Boston, honored with prestigious international award
Tips to help rheumatologists create a professional online existence
Know what your patients find on social media, and what to do when they get bad information
Guidelines give greater nod to use of combination conventional disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs) for rheumatoid arthritis, leave monotherapy with methotrexate as acceptable first-line treatment