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Study authors utilized electronic questionnaires to assess the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on osteoporosis management.
The Sydney AFF Score is a tool to help differentiate atypical from typical femur fractures in women, independent of bisphosphonate use.
The researchers’ goal was to identify thresholds and meaningful change for PROMIS pain interference and fatigue scores for rheumatoid arthritis patients and clinicians.
Researchers estimated the proportion of incident gout cases that could be prevented by modification of obesity and other key risk factors.
Researchers evaluated the potential budget impact of using multivariate assay panel vs standard diagnostic laboratory tests to diagnose systemic lupus erythematosus.
The performance of 5 core set measure in ACR-CRISS in recent trials was explored, and their ability to discern the active medication group from placebo in patients with diffuse cutaneous systemic sclerosis (dcSSc), was assessed.
Vertebral fractures may be an easily obtained indicator of cardiorespiratory risk and COVID-19 prognosis.
Researchers evaluated the relationship between OUD history and physical therapy initiation for low back pain.
Researchers evaluated the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine for the prevention of COVID-19 mortality in patients with rheumatologic disease.
In order to investigate the risk of psychiatric disease, the percentage of psychiatric hospital inpatient and outpatient contacts, and the receipt of prescribed psychiatric medications among patients in Denmark with Lyme neuroborreliosis was compared with individuals in a matched comparison cohort.
Clinical use of FRAX without bone mineral density can be used to identify adults with type 1 diabetes who are at elevated risk for major osteoporotic fracture.
Researchers estimated risk for fracture among patients receiving denosumab with delayed subsequent doses vs those who received doses on time.
Researchers assessed the relationship between quality of life and pain assessment in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
Low hemoglobin A1c and low body mass index are associated with higher risk for bone fracture in individuals with type 2 diabetes.
Abaloparatide treatment significantly increases bone mineral density in younger postmenopausal women at high risk for fracture.
Level of dairy intake does not affect the rate of bone mineral density loss or fracture risk among perimenopausal women.
High-intensity dynamic resistance training helps to maintain lumbar spine bone mineral density and increase skeletal muscle mass index in older men.
Trabecular bone score may be uniquely valuable in assessing fracture risk in individuals with type 2 diabetes and reduced kidney function.
Postmenopausal women with low income and less education are more likely to have coexistence of metabolic syndrome and osteoporosis.
Dietary calcium intake was found to have a significant positive association with total bone mineral density in adolescents in the United States.
Increased serum calcium levels are associated with a reduction in whole-body bone mineral density.
Age at attainment of peak BMD varies by sex and skeletal site but is not affected by body mass index or race, according to study results.
A hospital-based cohort study found sex heterogeneity in the severity of osteoarthritis symptoms in type 2 diabetes, and an association between insulin treatment and pain severity in men.
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