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A patient with uncontrolled hypertension, long-term Raynaud’s phenomenon, altered mental status, facial droop, dysarthria, diplopia and renal crisis.

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Designated a breakthrough therapy for pemphigus vulgaris, rituximab has been shown to work better than prednisone alone and with fewer adverse events, researchers report in The Lancet.

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Tailored medication should be considered beyond conception to stabilize low disease activity and prevent flares during pregnancy, study reports.

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Physicians should weigh the risks and benefits of adalimumab discontinuation in rheumatoid arthritis patients who achieve low disease activity, researchers report.

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Inflammatory bowel disease patients can be afflicted by various forms of arthritis from peripheral arthritis to ankylosing spondylitis and symmetrical polyarthritis. In this slideshow, we address identification, diagnosis and treatment for these complex cases.

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Inflammatory bowel disease is associated with arthritis. Research suggests there could be a genetic component or the connection could be associated with an inflamed gut. Learn more here.

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The gold standard for treating Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis may lie in anti-TNF and anti-integrins therapy, researchers report this week.

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A British study finds that rituximab is "neither clinically or cost-effective" in a study of patients with primary Sjogren’s syndrome who were being treated for fatigue and oral dryness.

The first-ever treatment guidelines for systemic Sjogren’s syndrome have been issued highlighting the need to alleviate symptoms, improve quality of life and prevent further damage.

Emil DeAndreis

Emil DeAndreis is a rheumatoid arthritis patient and author of the memoir, “Hard to Grip." In this essay, he shares his mixed feelings about taking prescription medicine. An insightful read for all physicians.

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