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Rheum Advisor on Air

May 20, 2022

Gout has often been known for its predominance among men. While it is true that risk for gout is 3 times higher among men vs women due to high uric acid levels, postmenopausal women especially form a significant percentage of a population with symptoms of unaddressed gout and a disproportionate worsening in...


Apr 29, 2022

Pain – the main manifestation of many rheumatic diseases, but also the most underappreciated, leads to worse disease outcomes and affects the quality of life of patients.

Over the last decade or so, animal models and modern technology have highlighted the complex mechanisms that underlie chronic pain in...


Mar 24, 2022

Feelings of stress, fatigue, and exhaustion – what is being described as “burnout” – have become a common occurrence among providers, including rheumatologists, with important implications in clinical practice. Various surveys and studies have reported a substantial prevalence of burnout (approximately 50%)...


Feb 25, 2022

Juvenile idiopathic arthritis and lupus are the most common rheumatic diseases in children. However, more than 500,000 children develop other rheumatic diseases. The diagnosis, treatment, and management of these conditions often require a multidisciplinary approach owing to the diverse clinical manifestations that...


Feb 10, 2022

Rheumatologists and neurologists are known to manage and collaborate between their specialties in the care of patients with shared diagnoses, such as disorders of the central nervous system, like giant cell arthritis and neuropsychiatric lupus.

In this episode, done in collaboration with Neurology Advisor, neurologist...