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Rheumatic Diseases

Rheumatic Diseases

Here: a primary care perspective on diagnosis of -- and care of patients with -- rheumatologic disorders.

Rheumatic Diseases

Study authors called for early screening and regular monitoring risk in patients with these disorders.

The need to find an alternative to prolonged periods of steroid therapy was addressed.

Combining assays may identify patients at higher risk and lead to earlier treatment.

Low Bacteroidetes levels may suggest higher disease activity as in Crohn and other inflammatory diseases.

A direct comparison of their clinical characteristics helps distinguish one from another.

Even short-term use is associated with an increased risk of adverse events, this study shows.

Agreed upon core measures help resolve differences in earlier guidelines for judging clinical response.


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