Patients with severe and progressive rheumatoid arthritis are at risk for joint damage and deformities, especially of the hands, including ulnar deviation and swan neck deformities. In this quiz, we ask five questions on recognizing and treating aggressive rheumatoid arthritis.
In this quiz, we highlight new developments in research for rheumatoid arthritis that touch on comorbidities, treatment effectiveness, pregnancy complications and more. Take our quiz here.
The American College of Rheumatology has issued a series of COVID-19 guiding principles for healthcare professionals who treat patients with rheumatic disease. In this quiz, we highlight a few of the key points the organization, and other healthcare experts, have made in recent weeks.
Early rheumatoid arthritis is, in part, defined as having symptoms for at least six months. Beyond six months, it's considered established rheumatoid arthritis. But diagnosing early rheumatoid arthritis is not that straightforward. Serologic tests can confirm a clinical diagnosis, but these tests aren't always reliable and can be negative in about 50 percent of rheumatoid arthritis cases. In this quiz, we focus on the diagnosis and treatment of early rheumatiod arthritis.
The therapeutic management of rheumatoid arthritis has changed over the past 30 years, yet, comorbidities persist. In this quiz, we focus on findings from a new study that examines trends in clinical and patient-reported outcomes for early RA.
In this month's rheumatoid arthritis quiz, we focus on tests used to diagnose rheumatoid arthritis as there are plenty. In this quiz, we focus on the most commonly ordered tests used to evaluate a patient who may have rheumatoid arthritis.
The JAK inhibitor upadacitinib was approved last August for the treatment of moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. In this quiz, we focus on findings from a recent phase three clinical trial that tested different doses of this new oral medication. Test your knowledge of upadacitinib in this quiz.
How strong is the familial link in rheumatoid arthritis? The answer may surprise you. Test your knowledge in this quiz.
In this month's rheumatoid arthritis quiz, we focus on contraception, a patient's preference for tapering and the self-management of flares.
In today's installment of the rheumatoid arthritis clinical quiz, we examine treatment options for patients with established disease. Is sustained treatment with csDMARDs preferred over reducing the dose or dosing frequency of treatment? Click on the slideshow for more information.