Approximately one percent of the general population carries the auto-antibodies associated with rheumatoid arthritis, a new study shows.
A rheumatoid arthritis patient with diabetes mellitus and a rare, but serious, fungal joint infection.
CPPD disease, once known as pseudogout, is underdiagnosed. A thorough analysis of synovial fluid can help improve outcomes, researchers say.
Imaging in rheumatology has come a long way in two decades, but an accurate diagnosis is only as good as the technician and quality of the machine.
The terminology used to describe gout in the medical literature is vague and sometimes confusing, new research finds.
ELISA yields more consistent quantitative and qualitative results when measuring adalimumab and infliximab levels.