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Doctors Split on Who is Best Qualified to Care for Pediatric Rheumatology Patients

Survey explores differences in pediatric rheumatology care.  (©Ronstik/Shutterstock.com)
 

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In this slideshow, we highlight newly released treatment recommendations for rheumatic disease patients undergoing total hip or total knee arthroplasty.

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Rheumatic patients are more prone to complications post knee and hip surgery. Two physician associations have penned new treatment guidelines.

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A Lyme arthritis diagnosis requires a two-step testing approach. False positives are complex and common.

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The combination therapy only slightly outperformed standard corticosteroid treatment in a trial for juvenile idiopathic arthritis.

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It is not uncommon for adult rheumatologists to treat pediatric patients, but a new survey finds the care children receive from adult vs pediatric rheumatology providers differs. In this slideshow, highlight the takeaways.

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In this slideshow, we offer a glance at newly approved treatments for rheumatoid arthritis, juvenile arthritis, osteoporosis and fingernail psoriasis, among other conditions.

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Researchers from the Netherlands compare three treatment options for patients with recent onset, non-systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis.

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