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The following articles appeared in the print edition of HEALIO RHEUMATOLOGY.

Table of Contents
Cover Story

Lumpers, Splitters, and the Move Toward New Taxonomy for Rheumatology

Editorial

Clinical Uncertainty from this Side of the Bedrail: Role of Empathic Communication

Leonard H. Calabrese, DO

Education Lab

Ace the Case: A 36-Year-Old Woman Presents With Generalized Pain, Easy Fatigability, Difficulty Staying Asleep, and Cognitive Difficulties for the Past 11 Months

Guidelines

EULAR: Gout Diagnosis Should Not Depend on Hyperuricemia Alone

EULAR: Identifying Thrombotic, Obstetric Risk Factors Key to Managing Antiphospholipid Syndrome

In the Journals

More than a Quarter of Patients With OA Still Receive Opioids

Survey: Rheumatologists, Dermatologists Lack Consensus on Lupus Management

Steroid Use in Polymyalgia, GCA Linked to Significantly Higher Infection Risk

Pregnancy Outcomes in Women With Lupus Significantly Improved in Last 18 Years

Positive Framing Improves Patients’ Willingness to Switch to Biosimilar

Opioid Prescription Common in Patients With Ankylosing Spondylitis

Low Disease Activity, Remission Predict Better Quality of Life in SLE

Fasinumab Improves Pain, Function in OA

Meeting News

Congratulations to the NYRIF Abstract Winners

Nephritis Less Prevalent in Patients With Common Variable Immunodeficiency in SLE

Medicare Spending on DMARDs ‘Increased Dramatically’ Over 4 Years

Profile

Corrona: Leveraging ‘Big Data’ for Improved Patient Outcomes

Q&A With Healio Rheumatology

‘Gout Lies’ Campaign Helps Physicians Target Disease Myths

Trend Watch

Nearly Half of Stem Cell Clinics Lack Physicians Trained in Advertised Treatments

Gout Linked to Nearly 80% Increased Mortality Risk Due to Renal Disease

PCP Referral Letters for Rheumatology Care Lack Basic, Key Information

Peripheral Arthritis Can Occur at Any Time During New Axial SpA