Microvascular disease (MVD) increases the risk for amputation alone and in combination with peripheral artery disease.
For patients undergoing anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, prescribing fewer tablets is associated with lower postoperative opioid consumption.
Researchers determined whether the performance of the ACR-EULAR criteria for Sjögren syndrome was affected by the addition of salivary gland ultrasonography.
High social stress is associated with greater bone loss during six years of follow-up among postmenopausal women.
The Medicare Physician Fee Schedule and most recent Relative Value Scale Update Committee recommendations overestimate the operating time for original and revision hip and knee replacements.
SPCCT can detect, differentiate between, and quantify, a variety of deposits present in crystal arthritis.
Just under half of US adults have some doubts about vaccine safety.
Many patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis may experience pain interference, which can be associated with greater pain intensity, disability, and pain anxiety and less leisure-time activity.
An expert from the Division of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology at the University of Pittsburgh discusses reproductive health and family planning in women with rheumatic diseases.
Medicare Advantage patients have higher risk-adjusted hospital readmission rates than traditional Medicare patients for acute myocardial infarction, congestive heart failure, and pneumonia.
Nearly three-quarters of Americans are concerned about burnout among their clinicians.
Short-term primary care pedometer-based walking interventions can produce lasting health benefits.
Infants who are given acid suppression therapy (AST) in their first year of life are more likely to subsequently break a bone.
In the CRL, the FDA stated that the Company will need to conduct an adequate and well-controlled trial to evaluate the efficacy of Edsivo in patients with vEDS.
Researchers assessed the incidence of alopecia and stomatitis with methotrexate in patients with rheumatic diseases.