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Primer: IgG4-Related Diseases

IgG4-related diseases first appeared in the medical literature in 2003, but greater awareness is needed to ensure early diagnosis.

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The next Rheumatology Journal Club Twitter chat will be from 4-5 p.m. and 10-11 p.m. EST, June 2. The chat will focus on tocilizumab for systemic sclerosis.

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Researchers assess the efficacy of opioids for short-term back pain relief.

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IgG4-related diseases first appeared in the medical literature in 2003, but greater awareness is needed to ensure early diagnosis.

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Most patients wait an average of 74 days for a rheumatology referral in Canada, but some wait as long as three years.

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Psoriatic arthritis as an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease.

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A new modeling study suggests that the opioid medications tramadol and oxycodone are not generally cost-effective for knee osteoarthritis.

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Patients with spondyloarthritis can confidently undergo treatment with tumor necrosis factor ⍺ inhibitors (TNFi) without fear of cancer risk.

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