Patients with moderate to high total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein levels are at increased risk for failed arthroscopic rotator cuff repair surgery, researchers reported at AAOS 2017 this week.
Men and women want different things from their doctor and this may affect surgical outcomes, researchers reported at AAOS 2017 this week.
Elderly women are at higher risk of acquiring a fragility fracture than men, yet men are more likely to die from their injuries, researchers reported at AAOS 2017 this week.
A surprisingly low number of elderly hip fracture patients are consistently taking vitamin D, a supplement thought to be instrumental in preventing repeat fractures, shows a study presented at AAOS 2017 this week.
Including patients in the decision-making process actually improves outcomes, shows a study presented AAOS 2017 this week.
Researchers reporting at the American Society of Hematology annual meeting this week say there is a link between a treatment for autoimmune disease and the development of leukemia.
In this article, we highlight some of the most important pharma reports presented at ACR 2016 this year.
Good early management of pulmonary hypertension in patients with systemic sclerosis leads to better outcomes and fewer complications, researchers report.
Circulating IgG4/IgG ASC percentages of greater than five percent are a more sensitive and reliable marker for disease activity in patients with IgG4-RD, researchers report.
Systemic sclerosis patients with pulmonary hypertension and heart dysfunction are more likely to succumb from scleroderma-related causes, researchers report.