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Musculoskeletal Disorders

Musculoskeletal Ranks in the Top 10 in Primary Care Visits

Musculoskeletal disorders are perhaps a surprise as the fourth leading diagnostic category in primary care. Key facts and figures here.

Musculoskeletal Disorders

Special Report recap: the current and future state of RA patient care and what PCPs will need to know to do their part.

A new evidence-based clinical practice guideline addresses adverse events, surgical risks, and patient education

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Comanaging RA and its comorbidities is just one of many directions primary care is likely to take. Part 4 of a Special Report.

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With a growing shortfall of rheumatologists, primary care may play a greater role in the initiation of long-term therapy. Part 3 of a Special Report.

RA symptoms invisible but harmful, mortality increases with RA, plus 6 more highlights from recent RA studies of interest to primary care.

Primary care physicians may contribute to improved outcomes by recognizing the signs and symptoms early on. Part 2 of a Special Report.

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This Special Report details the expanding role PCPs can play in serving an increasingly underserved population.

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