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Rheumatologist at Society of Hospital Medicine conference provides treatment recommendations for hospital patients with rheumatic disease
Meeting: How the Idea of Autoimmunity Emerged
A rheumatologist at the ACR’s State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium in Chicago recalls history of immunology, urges scientists to further explore relationship between autoimmunity, microbiomes
Rheumatology experts at the ACR’s State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium in Chicago discuss latest drug therapies, insights into axial spondyloarthritis and bone erosion, repair
A case study reveals how late presentation of this rare, autosomal-recessive disorder, which can involve arthritis-like symptoms, can be mistaken for JIA
Current therapies target pathways of bone remodeling, but rheumatologists say a better understanding of the mechanisms of bone resorption, formation is needed to make an impact
New research shows the accumulation of regulatory T cells in damaged muscle corresponds with a switch in the myeloid cell infiltrate from a proinflammatory to a proregenerative phenotype.
When added to a regimen of low-dose methotrexate, the calcineurin inhibitor was found to increase bone formation in a patient with erosive RA.
A new study links high costs to patients with chronic pain conditions and an opioid prescription.
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.