American College of Rheumotology State of the Art Clinical Symposium

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Furie discusses advances in SLE treatment

April 27, 2016
CHICAGO — At the American College of Rheumatology State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium, Richard A. Furie, MD, compared the number of…
In the Journals

Speaker: Glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis risks are undetermined

April 10, 2016
CHICAGO – Glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis and associated fractures are not uncommon, but avoidable, according to a speaker here at the at…
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Top five most-read articles from ACR State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium

May 29, 2015
CHICAGO — The most highly read articles on following live coverage from the American College of Rheumatology…
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Margaret Seton, MD, shares insights into Paget’s disease of bone

May 26, 2015
CHICAGO - Margaret Seton, MD, presented the history of Paget’s disease, along with her experiences as a rheumatologist treating the disease at…
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Careful medication choices can help reduce infection risk posed by certain treatments for RA

May 25, 2015
Treatments for rheumatoid arthritis can pose risks for infections, but careful choices about medications can reduce the risks, according to a…
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‘Creativity’ needed for treatment of difficult RA symptoms, speaker says

May 19, 2015
CHICAGO — Daniel Furst, MD, a Carl Pearson Professor of Medicine and director of the Rheumatology Clinical Research Center at the University of…
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Patients with scleroderma at highest risk for pulmonary arterial hypertension

May 14, 2015
CHICAGO — Risks for pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary arterial hypertension among patients with scleroderma were discussed by Harrison
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Speaker: Radiography remains first line of clinical imaging assessment

May 13, 2015
CHICAGO — Despite advances in imaging technologies, radiography remains a useful, first-choice tool in assessing rheumatic disease, such as…
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Certain common viral illnesses may present in patients with inflammatory rheumatic disease

May 11, 2015
CHICAGO — During the American College of Rheumatology State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium, Beth L. Jonas, MD, discussed the common…
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Expert weighs in on statin myalgia

May 11, 2015
CHICAGO — Statins can cause myalgia, and symptoms can take months or years to resolve, according to Andrew L. Mammen