From Rome, the Latest in Rheumatology

From Rome, the Latest in Rheumatology

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Medscape provides a helpful recap of some of the biggest findings from the European League Against Rheumatism’s (EULAR) 2015 Meeting, held in Rome in June.

Ankylosing Spondylitis And Cardiovascular Mortality

Ankylosing Spondylitis And Cardiovascular Mortality

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Previous studies have shown that if you're living with ankylosing spondylitis your vascular system (the arteries and veins that transport blood throughout the body) is at greater risk of developing disease. A new study however suggests that AS patients are also at greater risk of mortality should they develop vascular disease or experience a vascular event.

Challenges To Early Diagnosis In Spondyloarthritis

Challenges To Early Diagnosis In Spondyloarthritis

A Look At Two Recent Studies

By Anonymous Author

Spondyloarthritis (SpA) remains grossly under diagnosed, with an average delay of eight to 11 years between symptom onset and diagnosis.

Do DMARDs increase Anti-TNF efficacy in Spondyloarthritis?

Do DMARDs increase Anti-TNF efficacy in Spondyloarthritis?

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A Swedish nationwide prospective study suggests that adding conventional DMARDs (such as sulfasalazine or methotrexate) to anti-TNF therapy may help spondyloarthritis patients remain longer on the anti-TNF medication they are taking.

Physical trauma is associated with the onset of psoriatic arthritis among those with psoriasis

Physical trauma is associated with the onset of psoriatic arthritis among those with psoriasis

By Elin Aslanyan

Research presented at the annual meeting of the European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR 2015) in Rome suggests that physical trauma greatly increases the risk of developing psoriatic arthritis (PsA) in those with psoriasis.

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