Sometimes distinguishing between medical myth and fact is difficult. Recent studies on cold weather and joint pain paint a murky picture.
Fact or folktale: do weather patterns affect joint pain? A team of researchers set out to find the answer.
Behçet disease should be considered an initial causative factor of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis.
EULAR has released updated guidelines for the management of Behçet syndrome.
Experts discuss the symptoms and prevalence of neurological manifestations in Sjogren syndrome.
The 2 commonly utilized laboratory biomarkers, lysozyme and angiotensin-converting enzyme, lack sufficient sensitivity and specificity.
The use of color duplex sonography for the diagnosis of patients with suspected giant cell arteritis is associated with high specificity and positive predictive value.
The utility of PET and CT imaging to complement temporal artery biopsy in patients with newly diagnosed giant cell arteritis who are receiving glucocorticoid therapy remains equivocal.
In patients with knee osteoarthritic pain, extended-release paracetamol may have a greater analgesic effect than placebo.
A new bone assessment evaluates fracture risk in children.