New research evaluates RA patients' cardiovascular risks Rheumatologists also mull advances, complications of drug therapy
The opening ceremony welcomes attendees to the 71st annual meeting of the American College of Rheumatology. ... vessels supplying blood to the heart,” said Gurkipal Singh, MD, a rheumatology researcher from Stanford University who spoke at the ACR
Narrowing the focus on fibromyalgia. If attendees at the Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals' fibromyalgia debate were expecting strident disagreement, they were likely disappointed.
In my last ACR session (the convention continues through tomorrow, but our blog coverage finishes today), a psychiatrist spoke about explain...
In the field of rheumatology, we are often faced with complex decisions, but luckily, the majority of them are not extremely time-sensitive, allowing us time to research and discuss with ... Paul, Minn. He was a chief resident in internal medicine with
O’Dell, FACP, a professor of medicine in the rheumatology section at the University of Nebraska. ... When we go to non-rheumatology practices, the rates of use are much lower,” Dr.
In my case, being part of discussions on The Rheumatology Podcast and posting on the blog there have undoubtedly increased my learning level for a number of topics. ... Paul, Minn. He was a chief resident in internal medicine with the University of
The biggest income increases were in ophthalmology (9%), pediatrics (5%), nephrology (4%), rheumatology (4%), and oncology (4%).
One more ill-advised session title. I'll be blogging from the annual meeting of the American College of Rheumatology next week, and for the most part, their session titles are
Fellowship: Yale School of Medicine (rheumatology), 1992-1994. Present position: Private practice, Connecticut Medical Group, LLC, 1994-2012; Northeast Medical Group with the Yale-New Haven Health System, 2012-present; associate ... ACP Fellowship: 1998.
The point of the rheumatologic press conference I attended this afternoon was probably supposed to be the results of the research presented,...