Treating Primary and Secondary Raynaud’s
In this slideshow, we summarize the difference between primary and secondary Raynaud’s phenomenon and recommended treatments.
How much do you know about Raynaud’s phenomenon?
The onset of Raynaud's phenomenon at 40 years could predict whether a connective tissue disease will develop.
Adalimumab Approved for Uveitis
In this story, we revisit the clinical trials that led to the approval of adalimumab for uveitis.
A Diagnosis of Polymyalgia Rheumatica and Giant Cell Arteritis
Polymyalgia rheumatica and giant cell arteritis frequently occur together. And, while both share elevated inflammatory markers, their diagnosis and treatment differ, researchers write in JAMA.
Crash Rash Quiz: 8 Psoriasis Questions
Guttate and other psoriasis may be confused with other rashes and skin lesions. Scratch the surface of your knowledge with this crash quiz.
Examining the Role of VZV in Giant Cell Arteritis
The Rheumatology Journal Club will explore the connection between polymyalgia rheumatic, giant cell arteritis (GCA) and the varicella-zoster virus during its Feb. 25 Twitter chat.
The 60-year-old black woman has a history of joint pain, muscle weakness, and Raynaud phenomenon. Why the “dirty hands”?
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