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Comanagement of TNFI-induced psoriasis in rheumatology and dermatology means better patient outcomes, according to a decade of experience at Cleveland Clinic.
The DISCONNECT study assessed differing perceptions among patients and physician specialists regarding symptoms associated with psoriatic disease.
Relationship-centered care should be a bigger part of medical training, says Cleveland Clinic rheumatologist Leonard Calabrese, DO. Read his editorial in Healio Rheumatology.
A man presents with myalgias, skin thickening in his arms, legs and abdomen and stiffness in his joints. The Director of the Scleroderma Program develops the differential.
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Recent work on the biology of IL-6 has demonstrated a key role in a wide variety of bodily systems including vascular, lipid metabolism, insulin resistance and neuropsychological behavior.
Since Raynaud phenomenon is common, and the associated severe rheumatic disorders associated with it are rare, it is easy to not recognize Raynaud phenomenon as a clue to the onset of a potentially severe systemic disease.
Checkpoint inhibitor therapy for cancer holds great potential for durable response rates, but immune-related adverse events may be its Achilles’ heel.
A leading rheumatologist defines empathy and describes the process of losing it during medical training.
A leading rheumatologist discusses communication-based empathy techniques and why physicians should ‘fake it until you make it.’