Wednesday, 16 Oct 2019

RA/Inflammatory arthritis

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09 Oct 2015 Social Genetic basis for pediatric autoimmune disease finds greatest associations with type I DM & JIA, modest for UC & CD http://t.co/ke4f4bMHHs
27 Dec 2017 Social Nice Review of the Treatment of idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathies by Parker and Chinoy @drhectorchinoy; Covers MTX, AZA, IVIG, CTX, RTX, calcineurin inhib & biologics. Full text from European Medical Journal. https://t.co/hjT8sUQQyf
02 Apr 2018 Social 56 myositis patients with anti‐NXP‐2 autoantibodies (18 with and 38 without calcinosis) showed that NXP‐2 Ab levels correlate w/ disease activity, espcially in those without calcinosis; suggesting calcinosis defines 2 phenotypes. https://t.co/1BhJeWTMgv
23 Aug 2019 Social RheumNow Podcast is up! Upadacitinib Approved, ULT prevents erosions, JIA pregnancies, MDA-5 outcomes & more. Watch it here>> https://t.co/kzu32MMmRL or listen to the PODCAST on iTunes or SoundCloud>> https://t.co/Ewi3Kc6lta
15 May 2018 Social RA pts have a greater risk of CVA; Study of 7904 RA pts shows that short-term methotrexate might decrease ischemic stroke risk, but hydroxychloroquine and sulfasalazine did not. https://t.co/gRM9yrJOS0
06 Apr 2017 Social Dr McInnes - RA pathogenesis focused on the macrophage via interactions with Tcells, ICs, DAMPs, Proteases, Oxysterols, Cytokines, MICL Abs
24 Oct 2018 Social RT @samwhittle: 2018 Great Debate examines questions about hydroxychloroquine dosing guidelines https://t.co/ltOnUmtrzw
19 Feb 2016 Social Dr Jeff Curtis analyzes why some patients dont/wont do #T2T & maybe how to best frame the need for T2T in RA https://t.co/E4COzfBg0H
23 May 2017 Social My Approach to Difficult RA, some different thoughts/approaches, 7 drugs you've never used and more https://t.co/kOAILSgZgO
02 Aug 2016 Social TEAR had significantly improved RA activity assoc w/ increased cholesterol, HDL, LDL w/ MTX, MTX/ETN, triple DMARD https://t.co/97yEXn2qOh
09 Dec 2016 Social RT @CCalabreseDO: Wide spectrum of joint manifestations seen post-Chikungunya infection https://t.co/7bYAENDR3K @RheumNow @LCalabreseDO
05 Nov 2017 Social RT @_connectedcare: A reminder how common malignancy is with dermatomyositis #ACR17 @rheumnow https://t.co/QIjvS6OihW
28 Jul 2019 Social Im starting a War on RA. I need you go get mad and do your part. Read 1st of 4 part series https://t.co/sR5Z3lq8CU or watch it here https://t.co/s7CVW2dNUT
13 Dec 2018 Social No differences seen in the rates of major adverse CV events (MACE) between RA, axial SpA or PsA pts, suggesting inflammation, rather than a disease, drives CV risk. Data from a Swiss mixed retrospective/prospective cohort study https://t.co/Kn8a8tWId9
02 Jul 2018 Social Australian RCT - Trochanteric bursitis (glueal tendinopathy) Rx w/ either education + exercise (EDX), steroid injx or "wait & see". EDX wins w/ better pain and global scores at wk 8 & better global scores at wk 52 (still less pain) https://t.co/eNky3xc9fW https://t.co/i1WUGFfEgG
16 Apr 2018 Social 2996 HIV+ patients on HRT finds 113 w/ Rheumatic disease, lead by AVN 39 (1.3%), psoriasis 28 (1%), RA 7, PsA 6, & SLE 6pts. HIV Males 1.7 times more likely to have a rheum Dz. Hep C incr the risk of RD. RD Risk in HIV+ appears same as gen population. https://t.co/32PiLEeKgI
30 May 2018 Social 5 Yr study of 403 early RA patients shows radiographic progression occurred in 143 (35.5%), more likely with high dose steroids and less likely with >36 mos of biologic therapy. https://t.co/onKuurpwZL
16 Mar 2019 Social Daily noninvasive ultrasound (US) stimulation of the spleen significantly reduces disease severity in a murine model of inflammatory arthritis. Results mediated via T & B cell effects as T/B deficient mice did not improve with splenic US. https://t.co/dSlYWEgplR
27 Jul 2015 Social RT @DrPetryna Nationwide Taiwan cohort study identifies chronic osteomyelitis as a risk factor for development of RA http://t.co/iug7XCO3AO
14 Nov 2018 Social CCP+ RA patient starts out with 8 tender, 6 swollen and DAS=5.1. Put on MTX and TNFi and quickly goes into remission (0 joints) at month 6, 12, 18. At next visit what do you do w/ meds?