Musculoskeletal disorders are perhaps a surprise as the fourth leading diagnostic category in primary care. Key facts and figures here.
Comanaging RA and its comorbidities is just one of many directions primary care is likely to take. Part 4 of a Special Report.
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.
Primary care physicians may contribute to improved outcomes by recognizing the signs and symptoms early on. Part 2 of a Special Report.
Psoriatic arthritis can be treated with the new TNF-alpha inhibitor biologic drugs, etanercept, adalimumab, or infliximab.
Red face. Roseacea? Lupus? Sunburn? No, it's seborrheic dermatitis. Here's how to tell.
What physical and radiologic clues suggest that surgical replacement of the knee may be indicated? Here, Dr. Bill Walter, an orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in hip and knee replacement, walks you through the details.