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RheumNow Week in Review – 12 August 2016

Highlights from this week on RheumNow.com include:

  1. ViDEO: Pearls on Methotrexate side effect management from Dr. Jack Cush at 2016 RNS meeting. Thanks to Healio! https://t.co/6zUJHRbbxF
  2. Great review of Raynauds Phenomenon in NEJM by Dr. Fred Wigley https://t.co/pzxpQlNQFH
  3. 10 Essential Facts about Seronegative #RA. It's the symptoms, not the labs that count most. 20% of RA is seronegative https://t.co/gEPqK3OXHT
  4. Walgreens establishes disposal “kiosk” for patients needing to discard old/dangerous/narcotic meds. . https://t.co/aDp5963Kq8 https://t.co/oigv282jZH
  5. In Japan, persistence on biologics highest in biologic-naïve (>95%) and older Pts & lowest w/ more comorbidities. https://t.co/4VTDOCpZeJ
  6. Should low-dose prednisone be used in Osteoarthritis? Conflicting data in RCTs https://t.co/7RhGFvGkD4 https://t.co/HKx7pi0K1s
  7. There are 3 kinds "hip pain" - 1 Buttock pain (70% from LS spine); 2. Side/trochanteric pain (20% from FM, Bursitis); 3. Anterior/groin (true hip Jt) (<10%)
  8. A single center 9 yr follow up study of 97 myositis saw 25% died, most from Infx(29%). Death increased w/ lung Dz (HR 1.8), infection (HR 4.2) https://t.co/c6Vp9BuN94
  9. There is No Added Lymphoma Risk with TNF Inhibitor Use
  10. Etanercept May Lower Alzheimers Risk in Rheumatoid Arthritis
  11. Cryptochromes Regulate Circadian Inflammation in RA
  12. 2016 EULAR Update to Gout Guidelines
  13. My Nurse Practitioner
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The author has no conflicts of interest to disclose related to this subject

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