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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.
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
A rheumatology medical trainee relays pros, cons of ultrasound as joint imaging modality and usefulness in diagnosing, managing patients with rheumatologic disease
Careful collaboration is key to treating patients with rheumatic or inflammatory diseases that affect the eyes
New research clarifies terminology used for diagnosis, but questions remain around epidemiology, genetics and management of patients with axial skeletal inflammation
Activation of peptidylarginine deiminases during complement and perforin activity may be at the core of citrullinated autoantigen production in RA.
Squishy gel could include a chemical compound capable of helping repair, restore or regenerate cartilage in a joint.
Meeting: MicroRNA-Based Therapeutics Hold Promise Against Lupus, Other Rheumatic Diseases Note Experts at the ACR/ARHP’s 2013 Annual Meeting
Studies suggest deregulation, dysfunction of miRNAs in human, mice models of lupus may be future targets for gene therapy
Meeting: Tips for Treating Pain, Depression in Patients with Rheumatic Disease Offered at the ACR/ARHP’s 2013 Annual Meeting
Observational pain scales, diagnostic tools, pharmacologic interventions, and support from psychologists, caregivers recommended