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There is broad disagreement about the appearance of sacroillitis in diagnostic imaging, raising questions about current diagnostic criteria.

Recent diagnosis of lupus and use of high doses of prednisone are among the chief predictors of depression in patients with SLE.

A psoriatic arthritis patient lost access to her biologic therapy and endured acute renal failure, all due to what these authors call unnecessary testing after a case of pneumonia.

Here Dr. DeMarco shows how to guide an injection of the hip using ultrasound. The trick is training yourself to identify the femoral neck and head and the trochanter, and then rotating the sensor to reveal the orientation of that particular joint, beneath all that tissue.

New rheumatology-focused electronic health record systems make recording patient assessments easier. However, there's still plenty of room for improvement

For the first time, we know which genes are altered by treatments for psoriatic arthritis (PsA), and how. One study compares etanercept and methotrexate. Another looks at how infliximab works in PsA and rheumatoid arthritis, showing conclusively that the two conditions are different.

Just as a rising tide lifts all boats, the American College of Rheumatology's aptly named new registry should boost overall outcomes in rheumatic disease, if enough clinicians join. A rheumatologist with informatics credentials hopes its ease of use (and benefits) will encourage wide adoption.

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