An online tool for juvenile arthritis, guidelines on childhood lupus, and good news about the response to treatment for ANCA-associated vasculitis
Monotherapy can lead to clinically inactive disease—but only in select patients.
The aim of this study: to determine which patients need biologic therapy after starting methotrexate.
The risk of pregnancy-related complications is further increased when juvenile arthritis persists into adulthood.
Canakinumab lowers CRP level and may significantly lower the incidence of recurrent cardiovascular events.
In this slideshow, we highlight newly released treatment recommendations for rheumatic disease patients undergoing total hip or total knee arthroplasty.
Rheumatic patients are more prone to complications post knee and hip surgery. Two physician associations have penned new treatment guidelines.
A Lyme arthritis diagnosis requires a two-step testing approach. False positives are complex and common.
The combination therapy only slightly outperformed standard corticosteroid treatment in a trial for juvenile idiopathic arthritis.
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.