Recent diagnosis of lupus and use of high doses of prednisone are among the chief predictors of depression in patients with SLE.

A psoriatic arthritis patient lost access to her biologic therapy and endured acute renal failure, all due to what these authors call unnecessary testing after a case of pneumonia.

More careful patient selection is making knee replacement ever safer, judging from data in a huge British registry. But the analysis may generate an unfair bias favoring total over partial replacement.


British clinicians share their experience with the management of airway stenosis in granulomatosis with polyangiitis. Treatment succeeds, but recurrence is common.

Lack of complete and consistent adherence to DMARD regimens may not be as adverse to outcomes as you think.

Pfizer expects to release Embeda (morphine sulfate and naltrexone hydrochloride), approved in 2009 based on osteoarthritis studies but withdrawn by another firm in 2011 due to concerns over abuse, sometime early next year.

Nausea and vomiting are the first symptoms of lupus in these three case studies. The consequences of misdiagnosis can be life-threatening.


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